- Pomona Valley Corvette Association
Pomona Valley Corvette Association (PVCA), founded in 1962, is the Inland Empire's oldest Corvette owner's club. Their goal is to bring owners of America's Sports Car, living in the Pomona Valley area, together in a manner that enhances the Corvette experience for all. Some specific purposes of PVCA are:
~ To promote interest in the Chevrolet Corvette
~ To promote friendship among Corvette owners and enthusiasts
~ Be a source of information about Corvettes
~ Promote safe driving
~ Be an organized framework for Corvette-related social events
PVCA also organizes monthly events, which are usually social in nature. Typical of our events are ("
runs") for members to Southern California attractions such as car shows, rallys, and racing venues. Overnight trips are planned to Primm and Laughlin, Nevada, Morro Bay, Central California, Big Bear Lake, and the San Diego area. Members receive a discount on GM parts purchased from their sponsor, Richard Hibbard Chevrolet.
PVCAs general membership meetings are held at the El Ranchero Restaurant, 984 W. Foothill Boulevard, Claremont, CA 91711. Telephone: (909) 624-8824. The restaurant is on the south side of Foothill Boulevard between Towne Avenue and Indian Hill Boulevard. They meet in the banquet room in the back of the restaurant and welcome interested non-members and their vehicles. Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month with a start time of 7:30pm. This is a full service Mexican-themed restaurant, so come early and have dinner and dessert before the meeting.
2008 Club Officers
President - Roxanne Wittwer
Vice President - Sue Cope
Secretary - David Bratt
Treasurer - Ron Zurek
Director of Membership - Kathy Edmonds
Director of Activities - Steven Stevens
NCCC Governor - Scott Erickson
* [http://www.pvca.org Pomona Valley Corvette Association] Web site
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