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Corvette Funfest 2020 Cancelled Due to COVID-19 Virus

Due to an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases within Effingham County, we have made the decision to cancel Corvette Funfest 2020. It was an incredibly tough decision, but it is the right choice. There are many reasons for making this difficult decision, but our main priority is to keep our Corvette family, our co-workers and their families, and our community safe during this pandemic.

If you have registered for the show, we are rolling all current registrations to Corvette Funfest 2021. We are already working hard to take this year’s plans and expand them for next year. Corvette Funfest 2021 will bring back the atmosphere and highlights that you have come to expect and love over the years.

If you would like to receive a credit on account to redeem in the MY Garage Museum and Retail Store, online, or over the phone in lieu of rolling your registration to next year, we will provide a promo code to extend your 10% discount from the show to your next purchase using that credit. Otherwise, a refund back to the original form of payment is available as well.

If you have any questions, you can call us at (800) 500-1500 and any of our representatives will be happy to help.

A Little Bit About Corvette Funfest

In 1994 Mike Yager and the team at Mid America Motorworks - then called Mid America Designs - staged a relaxed Corvette show to thank their customers and share the Corvette hobby. An enthusiastic crowd of 1,200 people brought 350 assorted Corvettes to Mid America Motorworks' corporate campus to celebrate. Yager was thrilled with the response to the first-time event!

By 2006, thousands of Corvettes filled every available space on the grounds at Mid America Motorworks. This casual show has become the Largest Corvette Party in the World, welcoming enthusiasts from across the country and across the globe.

Over the years, a number of noteworthy Corvette celebrities have attended the ever-growing event, including Zora Arkus-Duntov, the first Chief Engineer of Corvette, Larry Shinoda, designer of the 1963 Corvette Split Window, Wil Cooksey, Manager of the Bowling Green Corvette Plant, David McLellan, the Chief Engineer of the C4 Corvette, and Dave Hill, the Chief Engineer of the C5 and C6 Corvettes.

According to Mike Yager, "It has been especially gratifying for us to be able to host Funfest on our campus and be able to meet our customers face-to-face. Our customers actually named it ‘Funfest’ in many of the cards and letters we received after the first event. We continue to give away T-shirts, posters and pins to each registrant attending Funfest — a tradition that began years ago. Once you attend Funfest, you usually make a point of attending every year."