The National Corvette Museum and National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS), ExxonMobil, General Motors are saluting the nation's warriors with a special event March 29-30 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Headlining the event is American Idol's Josh Gracin. Wounded warriors from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home of the 101st Airborne will ride in Corvettes escorted by the Kentucky State Police, to the National Corvette Museum where they will enjoy two days of immersion in America’s Sports Car, the Corvette. Included will be tours of both the Museum and the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.
Approximately 50 wounded warriors from Fort Campbell's Warrior Transition Brigade are participating in a series of activities with the group. American Idol finalist, country music singer and ex-Marine Josh Gracin will perform for banquet attendees. The banquet is at 6:30 p.m. and cost for dinner is $30. Additionally, two lunches are on the agenda, and registration for those is $15.
Bowling Green is the only place in the world where Corvettes are built. This year is the 30th anniversary of the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant.