Valley Corvettes, Inc. is an organization of Corvette enthusiasts located in Boise, Idaho and the surrounding area. It was founded in 1990 by a group of people who enjoy and are passionate about Corvettes, America's only true sports car! The purpose of the Club is to encourage planned events and activities for it's members, to come together and get full enjoyment of their Corvettes and have fun with fellow Corvette enthusiasts. Club members participate in cruises, poker rallies, picnics, parties, parades, bracket racing (Firebird Club Challenges) and other "to be announced" events.
Valley Corvettes also sponsors the Premier Corvette Show in the Pacific Northwest. This event, called "Vette Fest", is three fun-filled days of racing, shows, dinners, and socializing.
Valley Corvettes members do extensive charity work. Over the past few years they have raised over $500,000 for various national and local Idaho charities.
Valley Corvettes created the nation's first "Specialty Vehicle Plate" dedicated to the Corvette. Motor vehicle owners in Idaho can show their love for the Corvette by licensing their vehicles with this special license plate. A portion of the registration proceeds are dedicated for the use of Idaho charities.
Valley Corvettes is proud to be one of the few Corvette Clubs with Lifetime Club Membership in the National Corvette Museum at Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Museum exists and fulfills its mission of preserving the past, present and future of America's Sports Car, the Corvette.
Valley Corvettes is always excited to have new members to share in the excitement and fun. Annual membership fees are presently and due by March 31st of each year. In addition to the above events, the dues include Club liability insurance, the bi-monthly Valley Corvettes Newsletter, discounts at participating businesses, the Club window sticker and opportunities to be informed of social events as they arise.