These operating procedures and by laws detail the rules concerning the operation and management of “Living the Dream Corvette Club”. These basic operating instructions and rules are approved by the membership of the Club and are the guidelines for day-to-day
operations. They should be referred to if a question arises which deals with policy and procedures. Items that are properly covered by the Constitution are not repeated in the document. If the Constitution requires explanation for clarity and specific detail, these explanations are located here.
The main purpose of the Club is education, safety and social interaction of the members. This is your Club. Your participation in the activities of the Club perpetuates the life of the Club. We need active, involved members to ensure that all of the activities are properly organized and fun. A few cannot do everything. Make the Club fun for more people.....PARTICIPATE!!!!
Living the Dream Corvette Club is a dedicated group of Corvette enthusiasts who take pride in their cars and a supportive role in the community.
As a responsible and dedicated Corvette Club, we seek to identify individuals in need or charitable organizations that we can lend a hand through our fund raising efforts. We approach the business community for sponsorship and contributions in our efforts to rally around people less fortunate. Our members are the driving force of our success in our goal to help others. It is this duty that defines us as individuals who have the strength of character to make a difference in their community. As a Club, we extend to all our members the principles of family, friendship, trust and respect.
It is the desire of our members to find opportunities that allow us to reach our personal goals through our active participation within the Club’s activities. It is through this participation and working as a team towards a common goal that the members have the opportunity to give back to their community and form lasting friendships. Our efforts in pursuit of this undertaking will clearly increase our social activities, while celebrating our love for our Corvettes and experiencing the satisfaction that comes from helping those in need. The journey is the fun part that we all get to share with one another through fund raising events featuring the Corvette as the show piece of the activity. It is through the coordination of events and our goal to help others. It is these shared events that will be fun and rewarding for all members.
The vision of Living The Dream Corvette Club is to promote interest and respect for the Corvette as the ultimate American made sports car. This appreciation our members have for the Corvette is demonstrated by our dedication and willingness to answer questions that a stranger may have about the Corvette. Our pride is clearly seen since we have no reservations about recommending the Corvette or guidance to a person that is considering a purchase of the Corvette.
Being a true car enthusiast we have an appreciation and respect for owners of Corvettes that have a collection, or have restored or customized, their Corvette. We clearly understand the work and money that has gone into the person’s efforts and admire their dedication to their pursuits by becoming a member of our Club and actively participanting. We also seek to participate in other Corvette Club’s events and encourage them to partake in our events. We gladly welcome others into our Club who share the same mission and vision goals as defined. We will extend to them our friendship, knowledge, help and support in our mutual efforts to further the Club. The foundation of our Club is its members. The officers serve as facilitators to the Club efforts to achieve the objectives of the Club. The vision for every member is to contribute as much time as they personally can to assure the success of the Club’s goals. The strength of the Club is in the contribution of the individual members participating in a team dedicated to the mission of the Club. Living The Dream Corvette Club, belongs to its members. Achieving success of the Club’s goal is directly related to the member’s ability and willingness to participate in
achieving those goals.