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Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 8:39 AM
Subject: Desert Corvette Associations "Desert Storm"
Each year DCA (Desert Corvette Association) has hosted
a summer event in Phoenix, AZ called Millard Fillmore
Corvette Classic. That event has proved very
successful for the club attracting 300/400
Corvette's in spite of it being during the
heart of the Arizona summer.
Due to our past successes DCA has decided to expand
our Corvette fun to all by offering a winter event in
2002 called Desert Storm. It will be held
February 8,9 & 10 and will include AutoCorssing,
Drag Races, Carshows, Hospitality Night and a Wild
West Casino Night. We anticipate 180 racers
and 400+ entrances for the car show,
drawing thousands of people to the Tempe City
Park for viewing.
Tempe City Park is a two-mile waterway surrounded by
a 220-acre park as the centerpiece of Tempe,
Arizona, and Arizona State University. The winding
pathways, flanked by picnic groves, make a fitting
venue for the Heartbeat of America Car Show and the
greatest place to enjoy the Valley of the Sun. So,
lay down your blanket or take a cruise on the Tempe
Lake. It will be awesome!
The car show will include:
Corvette Evolution 53-02
Corvette Pace Car Display (all years)
ZR1 Display (all years)
Corvette Race Cars
Fuel-Injected Corvettes 57-65
Additional Chevy Displayed
SS 396s Camaros
Additional Special Interest Displays
Highway Patrol Cars.
The Corvette Evolution Display will provide an
opportunity for a charity fundraiser. We’re planning
to set up the Evolution Display on the ball
field with a single monitored entrance. The charity personnel
will staff the area and collect a $1.00 contribution
to view one Corvette representing each year
and style produced and offered to the public
from 1953 through 2002.
This new event is scheduled during the best of times
for Arizona. In two or three years this three-day
event will become another Hot August Nights with
people all across America planning for that years
Corvette Vacation. This is going to be BAD.
Don't miss it. Chevy Iron Rules.
For complete information go to:www.vette.org/DesertStorm
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