The 500th Entry at Corvette Blog

Today's blog is a milestone.  This is the 500th time we've written a post.

CorvetteBlog began a little over a year and a half ago, and now boasts of having had over 50,000 visitors over the most recent twelve months!  And we feel like we're just revving up!

We appreciate your taking the time to check in with us (many of you daily) to read the latest information about exciting activities in the world of Corvette.  We try to highlight key gatherings of Corvettes, vendors who provide goods and services for Corvettes, information on historic Corvettes, the Corvette Racing Team, factory incentives, and the latest news on ordering a new Vette.

We will continue to go to the big shows like Bloomington Gold, Corvettes at Carlisle, and the Corvette Funfest.  We will make an annual trek to Bowling Green, Kentucky to see our friends at the National Corvette Museum or at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.

What's next?  We do want to provide a better resource for Corvette clubs, so we are reorganizing the look of our front page to make the Corvette Club portion stand out better.  And, by the way, if you click your country or region, and don't find a link to your club, we want to improve on that, too.  With hundreds of clubs in operation, it will take a while to get everyone linked, but if you'd like attention sooner, write us.  We will put you toward the head of the list (the "squeaky wheel" concept)!

By the way, please tell your Corvette driving friends about us.  And here's to the next 500 blogs!

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2 Responses to The 500th Entry at Corvette Blog

  1. ANGEL DELIZ says:

    I LOVE IT. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. I’LL BE MAD IF DOES NOT CONTINUE. VIVA CORVETTE BLOG !

  2. Bill says:

    Angel

    It’s always great to hear from you! Thank you for your encouragement to do our best to serve.

    We’re planning on being here for you and other Corvette enthusiasts across the globe.

    Bill

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