Bay Area Corvette Club
History of BACC
The Bay Area Corvette Club, Inc. (BACC) was established in February of 1970 as an NCCC member Corvette club. Throughout it's past, the club has changed focus with the changing interests of club members. At times the club has focused on auto-crosses & rallies, participated heavily in concourses and car shows and also run for NCCC points. One thing is for sure, BACC has always enjoyed socializing with Corvette enthusiasts from all over the Tampa Bay area.
The mission of the Bay Area Corvette Club is to promote interest and information about America's sports car, preserve our country's patriotic values, and to help those in need with unbiased charitable acts of kindness. Additionally, the club represents a joint social environment, with monthly activities dedicated to the art of Corvette motoring skills and show events, with the accent on fun!
BACC is proud to be a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs. NCCC was founded in 1959, making it one of the oldest and most respected volunteer organizations devoted to promoting an automobile and its heritage. It has shown its ability to organize, promote and produce a number of competitive events over the years, tailored to both the novice and the veteran enthusiast. There are over 20 NCCC clubs in the Florida Region, with more than 1,000 members. Throughout the years, BACC has been very competitive in the Florida Region competitions.
Meetings and Activities
BACC holds it's monthly meetings the 2nd Thursday of every month, 6:45 at Dimmitt Chevrolet in Clearwater FL on US 19.
The club plans and participates in a variety of activities throughout the year. Some activities are community service events giving proceeds to Local Charities, while others are competition events, and some are just plain fun! Visit our Scrapbook to view pictures of recent events. We hope after exploring our web-site, you will want to Join BACC!
BACC General Meetings second Thursday of month 6:45 Dimmitt Chevrolet Clearwater