2013 NCRS National Convention
Hampton, Virginia National Convention Activities
The NCRS Mid-Atlantic Chapter (MAC) has been working very hard to develop a diverse and varied list of activities that reflects the region surrounding the City of Hampton. There are bus tours and evening events for everyone. Some of these provide exciting opportunities to visit historic sites and military venues that you might not otherwise be inclined to see. In addition, there are numerous excellent Tech Sessions, two of which focus on the early ZO6 Corvettes, plus the long-standing standard, the Advanced Judging School. All of these activities, plus some very special Corvette displays and unique Corvettes, in a location rich in maritime culture and military history.
Online Registration is open until midnight June 1st, EST. Registrations are coming in fast, don't wait too long.
Please register by May 17th if you plan on participating in one of the Road Tours.
Mailed forms must be received in the Cincinnati office on or BEFORE JUNE 1. If you are going to participate in one of the Road Tours please try to complete your registration before May 17th to allow extra time for the Road Tour leaders to make up packets and order hats and hat bands.
The Convention Starts in
Registration forms received in the Cincinnati office after June 1 will not be processed and will be returned to the sender.
You must register for the Meet to attend any of the activities. You must submit a Judging Application Form if you are going to have a car Judged, PV'd, displayed, or display as a Sportsman. If you are bringing your Children we ask that you complete the Youth Registration Form.
Complete and submit the Road Tour Form if you plan to participate in one of the Road Tour Groups from around the country.
The NCRS 2013 National Convention Planning Committee - Chairman John Yglesias, Duane Ravenberg, Bill Sangrey, and John Veen - plus many MAC volunteers, hope that you are able to take advantage of as many of the varied activities they have planned and that you take back very fond memories from those visits that last for many years to come.