In 1967, a group of 25 Corvette enthusiasts gathered in a Tucson parking lot with the intention of forming a club.
The club was established and became the Tucson Corvette Club, which now has over 80 members. Tucson Corvette Club is a member of the Roadrunner Region of the National Council of Corvette Clubs, which is the largest non-profit, all volunteer, Corvette organization in the United States.
The Roadrunner Region covers Corvette Clubs in Arizona and New Mexico, and is comprised of 12 clubs with about 900 members.
For More information about the NCCC - Roadrunner Region, click HERE.
History of Our Club
Our charter is to promote the Corvette hobby, bringing together people to experience the fellowship of Corvette ownership and finding ways to help the community by raising money for charities. We give our members and the public a forum to learn about and experience the TRUE, All-American sports car in all its excitement!
To view the TCC By-Laws, click HERE
For Information on how to Join TCC, click HERE
TCC Club and Member Recognition Page
To view information about TCC Club & Member Recognition items, including Certificates, Awards, and Points, click HERE
Tucson Corvette Club
Supports our Troops!
The Tucson Corvette Club is the oldest and largest Corvette Club in the Tucson area.
Corvettes in the Tucson Corvette Club seldom get a chance to cool down.
Besides the competitive events ( rallies, autocross & car shows), we are active in a variety of things common to any Corvette enthusiast.
We hold potlucks, Halloween and Christmas events, charity events, golf, homecomings, funkhanas and much more . . .
About the Tucson Corvette Club . . .