Virginia & Carolina Region Supports Corvette Caravan 2014

North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia Corvette owners and enthusiasts are invited to participate in caravaning to the National Corvette Museum in late August 2014 with the official group.

Frank & Laura Sancineto (pictured here) are the local Caravan Captains.  A summary of their Official Announcement follows:

Attention Corvette Enthusiasts: Are you ready for another caravan?  If you missed the 50th Anniversary Caravan in 2003, and the 15th Anniversary Caravan to the National Corvette Museum in 2009, here is your chance to join other Corvette friends for the 20th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum by participating in the 2014 Caravan.  Mark your calendars for August 24-31, 2014.  The festivities will begin in Charlotte, North Carolina, on August 24.

My name is Frank Sancineto.  My wife Laura and I were captains for the North and South Carolina 50th Anniversary and the 15th Anniversary Caravan.  We had such a great time and met so many wonderful people we now call friends, that we are going to be captains again for this trip.

Our road trip begins at the host hotel in Concord, North Carolina: The Hampton Inn, I-85 at exit 49, 9850 Weddington Rd., Concord, North Carolina 28027.

The route: I-85 S to Spartanburg, SC; I-26 W to Asheville, NC; a stop at the Ingles Supermarket (located off exit 1 – 1851 Highway 14 East, Landrum, South Carolina 29356 (864-457-5187) for gas, snacks, and/or lunch; then I-40 W to Tennessee. Our destination is the Smoky Mountain Stadium, exit 407.

Please note: if you cannot start with us in Concord, meet us at the Smoky Mountain Stadium.

From there, the route is: I-40 W to I-75 N to Kentucky 80 W; 80W to I-65 S into the NCM.

Information about registration and our events will be updated as it becomes available.

Please email Frank at if you would like to participate as a local leader and/or volunteer for our committees.

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