About Grand Strand Corvette Club

Grand Strand Corvettes

Grand Strand Corvettes was formed in 2010 by a small group of Corvette owners in search of a different kind of car club. The Founding Members wanted to enjoy driving and showing their cars while having a close knit group of members who also like to dine out a few times a month as a group. Our club supports all Classic Car Clubs in and around the Grand Strand by attending open Car Shows. The club has tried to have different types of activities so everyone could find something to participate in. There have been shows, museum trips, fine dining, ball games and just getting together. We support Jason’s House (see below) by driving critically ill kids for a ride in our cars while their parents register for a sponsored week in Myrtle Beach. We also support Special Operations Wounded Warriors of the Carolinas. These are a group wounded special operations vets.

Most of all, however, the members like to drive and share their Corvettes. If you are interested in joining us, just contact a member or submit an application from this web site. We meet the second Sunday of most months at 4:00 often followed by dinner. Try a meeting to see if you like what you see because we would love to see your Corvette.

The Grand Strand Corvette Club is an active member of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Grand Strand Corvette Club is recognized as a nonprofit organization by the IRS.

IRS Code: Section 501(c)(3)

Jason’s House

Jason’s House is not an actual house. Its structure lies in Christian sympathy for families whose lives are stressed as they care for a child with life-threatening cancer. It is a mission of Surfside United Methodist Church in Surfside Beach, South Carolina.

Doctors, nurses and social workers at hospitals in four Southeastern states; North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia identify families who most need to escape all their taxing routine, to enjoy together the fun and excitement of the beach scene.

Jason’s House draws its name from the child who inspired it. Our identifying symbol, drawn by his hand, is taken to be an invitation to his heavenly house. Volunteers regard it also as an invitation to join them.

What it does is to provide totally free beach vacations for entire families. As one parent wrote, “It means so much for a family to be able to finally get a vacation after spending so much time with illness and worry.”