Buckeye Corvettes Inc. (BCI) was founded in 1960 as a non-profit car club and lives on for its members to have fun enjoying their Corvettes. BCI is an organization that continues to help and support the local community in way of donations and other forms of support all revolving around America’s Sports Car.
BCI is a member of The National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC). BCI competes on a national, regional, and local level in many different ways such as car shows, concourse, racing, social events, rallies, and conventions. Along with sanctioned NCCC events, members of BCI participate in socials, parades, and homecomings. Members also regularly volunteer their time and efforts to various charity and fundraising activities.
Becoming a member of BCI will give you the opportunity to enjoy your Vette with others, help the community, compete locally or nationally, or sit out in the sun on a beautiful afternoon and enjoy the Great American Sports Car.
Come to one of our meetings and see for yourself why BCI is the club for you. The club meets every second Wednesday of the month at Skipco Auto Auction in Canal Fulton Ohio at 7:30 PM. If you are interested in joining BCI or would like more information, please contact our Vice President of Membership, Roger Flading via our Contact Us page.
Three of the fifteen charter Buckeye Corvettes members
Ed Witherspoon (Seated Left), Earl Dow (Seated Right; Deceased) & Bill Stahler (Standing; Deceased)