Standing Rules, By-Laws

COMPETITION RULES

 Rules were issued 1-1-08

On CD to NCCC Membership

INTRODUCTION

A unique breed of individuals is symbolic of the Corvette drivers. The Corvette will

transform even the meekest of men and women into competitors thirsting for challenge and

striving for perfection so beautifully portrayed in the design and operation of their machine.

A feeling of pride is every Corvette owner's reward.

In 1965 National Council of Corvette Clubs Sanctioned Competition Program was

initiated. The Competition Program has grown vastly since then. This book will help you to

understand the Competition Program as set out by the members of the National Council of

Corvettes Clubs. You, as a member, are the one that makes the Competition Program a

success, so read it carefully. As a member, you are responsible to see that the program is

carried out to its fullest capacity.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Sanctioned Competition Program is to encourage interactivity between

individual Corvette Clubs within the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC). The

National Council of Corvette Clubs is operating the Sanctioned Competition Program to

provide uniform and fair standards under which competition events may be sponsored by

individual Corvette Clubs.

The program depends entirely on voluntary participation by clubs and individual club

members. This set of rules will be made available to every member of the National Council

of Corvette Clubs. The rules and regulations herein stated must be complied with in order

for an event to be sanctioned by the National Council of Corvette Clubs. Any local and

regional rules that conflict with the rules herein will be null and void.

SPORTSMANSHIP

Participants should remember that National Council of Corvette Clubs events are sporting

events to be conducted in a sporting spirit; that all events are organized and managed by

amateurs who cheerfully give their time to do their best; that the competitors may expect

some imperfections of the organizers and of their fellow competitors; and that, to a

reasonable extent, these things are a part of the chance they take in entering competition in

the events.

DISCLAIMER

"The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct

of competition events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events.

These rules shall govern the condition of all National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc. events

and by participating in these events, all National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc. members

are deemed to have complied with these rules. No express or implied warranty of safety

shall result from publications of or compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are

intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury

or death to participants, spectators, or others."

COPYRIGHT

This Handbook (Rulebook, Bylaws and Standing Rules) is copyrighted by National Council

of Corvette Clubs, Inc. NCCC members may reproduce all or part of this book as published.

Any NCCC member found guilty of changing or representing a changed copy as an original

copy are subject to the penalties set forth in Chapter 9 of this Rulebook and/or Article III,

Section 6 of the NCCC bylaws.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This Rulebook is a compilation of rules that have evolved over the years since the NCCC Sanctioned Competition Program was first established in 1965. Many NCCC members assisted in the preparation of this Rulebook. A special "THANKS" to them and to the following Regional Competition Directors who devoted many long hours:

CAROLINA REGION: PETE DAWLEY

 EAST REGION: BRIAN GALLAGHER

EAST OHIO REGION: ALAN MOORE CHUCK STEPHENS

FLORIDA REGION: MANNY MONTGOMERY

INDIANA REGION: STEVE HOLLIE

HOWARD CURTIS

MICHIGAN REGION: RENE CARDENAS

RAY MEESSEMAN

MIDWEST REGION: JACK WILSON

NORTHEAST REGION: BILL DEARBORN

JOHN BACKMAN

ROADRUNNER REGION PAUL HAMERSLY

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION: LARRY MORRISON

SOUTHEAST REGION: DON PARKS

SOUTHWEST REGION: JOE REESE BOB PATTILLO

WEST REGION: TIMOTHY BAILY

WEST COAST REGION: T. C. MC NETT LES RAJCZI

WEST OHIO REGION: RON BROWN, JIM ASBURY,

2004 - 2007

Vice President Competition Michael G. Godfrey

National Council of Corvette Clubs

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Each Section is a Separate PDF file (Blue Link)

1. GENERAL INFORMATION (12 page PDF) ................................1-1

1.1. COMPETITION SEASON................................................................. 1-1

1.2. TYPES OF EVENTS.......................................................................... 1-1

1.2.1. SANCTIONED EVENT TYPES .................................................................... 1-1

1.2.2. NON-SANCTIONED EVENTS...................................................................... 1-2

1.2.3. NCCC NATIONAL CONVENTION.............................................................. 1-2

1.3. SANCTIONING OF EVENTS.......................................................................... 1-2

1.4. FLYERS............................................................................................................ 1-3

1.5. REPORTING EVENT RESULTS..................................................................... 1-4

1.6. PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO ABIDE BY SANCTIONING RULES........ 1-4

1.7. ELIGIBILITY TO COMPETE (PARTICIPATE).............................................. 1-5

1.7.1. GENERAL....................................................................................................... 1-5

1.7.2. HIGH SPEED CERTIFICATION.................................................................... 1-6

1.7.3. NOVICE LICENSE ......................................................................................... 1-7

1.8. RULEBOOK CLARIFICATION PROCEDURE .............................................. 1-8

1.9. VICE PRESIDENT-COMPETITION................................................................ 1-9

1.9.1. GENERAL....................................................................................................... 1-9

1.9.2. DUTIES OF THE VP-COMPETITION........................................................... 1-9

1.10. REGIONAL COMPETITION DIRECTOR......................................................1-10

1.10.1. GENERAL ...................................................................................................1-10

1.10.2. DUTIES OF THE RCD ................................................................................1-10

1.11. CLUB GOVERNOR ........................................................................................1-11

1.11.1. RECOMMENDED GUIDELINES FOR A GOVERNOR ............................1-11

1.12. TERMINOLOGY.............................................................................................1-12

2. SPEED EVENTS (42 page PDF)...........................................2-1

2.1. WHAT IS A SPEED EVENT............................................................................ 2-1

2.1.1. LOW SPEED EVENT VERSUS HIGH SPEED EVENT................................. 2-1

2.1.2. SPEED EVENT CATEGORIES ...................................................................... 2-1

2.2. RULES FOR SETTING UP A SPEED EVENT................................................ 2-1

2.2.1. GENERAL SETUP.......................................................................................... 2-1

2.2.2. COURSE SETUP............................................................................................. 2-2

2.2.3. ENTRANTS .................................................................................................... 2-4

2.2.4. PARADE LAPS............................................................................................... 2-4

2.2.5. OPERATION OF EVENT ............................................................................... 2-4

2.2.6. TIMING ...........................................................................................................2-5

2.2.7. "FUN (BUCK) RUNS".....................................................................................2-5

2.2.8. PASSENGERS................................................................................................2-6

2.3. SPEED EVENT WORKERS AND OFFICIALS ...............................................2-6

2.4. SAFETY PROCEDURES..................................................................................2-8

2.4.1. FLAG STATION EQUIPMENT ......................................................................2-8

2.4.2. MEDICAL OR FIRST AID..............................................................................2-8

2.4.3. PYLONS ..........................................................................................................2-8

2.4.4. FLAG SIGNALS.............................................................................................2-8

2.5. SPEED EVENT ENTRANTS' REQUIREMENTS ............................................2-8

2.6. SPEED EVENT GROUPS/CLASSES ...............................................................2-9

2.6.1. ALL CATEGORIES BUT MATCHING TIMES............................................ 2-10

2.6.2. CLASSES FOR MATCHING TIMES (MT OR MTT) ................................... 2-11

2.6.3. GROUPS -- 1-S, 1 AND 2 CLASSIFICATION GUIDE................................. 2-11

2.6.4. CARBURETORS AND FUEL INJECTION .................................................. 2-13

2.7. GROUP AND CLASS REGULATIONS ......................................................... 2-15

2.7.1. GROUP AND CLASS REGULATIONS ....................................................... 2-15

2.7.1.1. UPDATING, BACKDATING &SUBSTITUTION............................. 2-16

2.7.1.2. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS & SAFETY ITEMS............................. 2-16

2.7.1.3. FRAME............................................................................................. 2-18

2.7.1.4. SUSPENSION................................................................................... 2-19

2.7.1.5. BRAKES........................................................................................... 2-21

2.7.1.6. STEERING........................................................................................ 2-22

2.7.1.7. BODY ............................................................................................... 2-22

2.7.1.8. ENGINE ........................................................................................... 2-23

2.7.1.9. CLUTCH AND FLYWHEEL........................................................... 2-28

2.7.1.10. TRANSMISSION............................................................................ 2-28

2.7.1.11. DRIVE AXLE.................................................................................. 2-29

2.7.1.12. EXHAUST....................................................................................... 2-29

2.7.1.13. WHEELS......................................................................................... 2-30

2.7.1.14. TIRES.............................................................................................. 2-30

2.7.1.15. DISABLE, DISCONNECT OR REMOVE ...................................... 2-31

2.7.2. EXHIBITION CLASS ................................................................................... 2-33

2.7.3. NOVICE CLASS .......................................................................................... 2-33

2.7.4. GUESTS AND GUEST CLASS ................................................................... 2-33

2.8. SPEED EVENT TECH INSPECTION............................................................. 2-33

2.9. DRIVERS MEETING...................................................................................... 2-38

2.10. PENALTIES.................................................................................................... 2-38

2.11. SCORING........................................................................................................ 2-39

2.12. AWARDS........................................................................................................ 2-39

2.12.1. AWARDS REQUIREMENTS .................................................................... 2-39

2.13. PROTESTS ......................................................................................................2-39

2.14. ABBREVIATIONS, TERMINOLOGY & DEFINITIONS...............................2-39

3. DRAG RACES 12 Page PDF..................................................3-1

3.1. WHAT ARE DRAG RACES ............................................................................ 3-1

3.1.1. NON-RECORD DRAGS ............................................................................... 3-1

3.1.2. RECORD DRAGS......................................................................................... 3-1

3.2. RULES FOR SETTING UP A DRAG RACE ................................................... 3-1

3.2.1. GENERAL -- ALL DRAG RACE EVENTS.................................................. 3-1

3.2.2. ENTRANTS -- ALL DRAG RACE EVENTS................................................ 3-2

3.2.3. PRACTICE (TIME TRIALS) -- ALL DRAG EVENTS................................. 3-2

3.2.4. OPERATION -- ALL DRAG RACE EVENTS.............................................. 3-2

3.2.5. TIMING -- ALL DRAG RACE EVENTS...................................................... 3-2

3.2.6. NON-RECORD DRAG RACES.................................................................... 3-3

3.2.7. RECORD DRAG RACES.............................................................................. 3-3

3.3. DRAG RACE WORKERS AND OFFICIALS.................................................. 3-5

3.4. SAFETY PROCEDURES ................................................................................. 3-5

3.4.1. STAGING LINE EQUIPMENT..................................................................... 3-5

3.4.2. MEDICAL OR FIRST AID ........................................................................... 3-6

3.5. DRAG RACE ENTRANTS' REQUIREMENTS ............................................... 3-6

3.6. DRAG RACE GROUPS/ CLASSES................................................................. 3-6

3.6.1. ELIMINATIONS BY CLASS........................................................................ 3-6

3.6.2. ELIMINATIONS BY ET BRACKETS.......................................................... 3-8

3.6.3. GROUP 1 AND GROUP 2 CLASSIFICATION GUIDE............................... 3-8

3.6.4. CARBURETORS AND FUEL INJECTION.................................................. 3-8

3.7. GROUP AND CLASS REGULATIONS........................................................... 3-8

3.7.1. GROUP 1 REGULATIONS........................................................................... 3-8

3.7.2. GROUP 2 REGULATIONS........................................................................... 3-8

3.7.3. GROUP 3 REGULATIONS ........................................................................... 3-9

3.7.4. GROUP DRAG PREPARED (DP) REGULATIONS .................................... 3-9

3.8. DRAG RACE TECH INSPECTION ................................................................. 3-9

3.9. DRIVERS MEETING....................................................................................... 3-9

3.10. PENALTIES ..................................................................................................... 3-9

3.11. SCORING......................................................................................................... 3-9

3.11.1. ELIMINATIONS BY CLASS ....................................................................... 3-9

3.11.2. ELIMINATIONS BY ET BRACKETS ........................................................3-10

3.12. AWARDS ........................................................................................................3-10

3.13. PROTESTS ......................................................................................................3-10

3.14. TERMINOLOGY.............................................................................................3-10

3.15. SET/MAINTAIN/RETIRE DRAG RECORDS ................................................3-11

3.16. ALTITUDE CORRECTION OF DRAG RECORDS........................................3-11

4. FUNKHANA......................................................4-1

4.1. WHAT IS A FUNKHANA................................................................................ 4-1

4.2. RULES FOR SETTING UP A FUNKHANA.................................................... 4-1

4.2.1. GENERAL SETUP ........................................................................................4-1

4.2.2. COURSE SETUP ...........................................................................................4-1

4.2.3. ENTRANTS ...................................................................................................4-2

4.2.4. OPERATION OF EVENT..............................................................................4-2

4.2.5. TIMING .........................................................................................................4-2

4.3. FUNKHANA WORKERS AND OFFICIALS ...................................................4-3

4.4. SAFETY PROCEDURES..................................................................................4-3

4.4.1. FLAG STATION EQUIPMENT ....................................................................4-3

4.4.2. PYLONS ........................................................................................................4-4

4.4.3. FLAG SIGNALS............................................................................................4-4

4.5. FUNKHANA ENTRANTS' REQUIREMENTS ................................................4-4

4.6. FUNKHANA CLASSES ...................................................................................4-4

4.7. FUNKHANA EVENT TECH ............................................................................4-5

4.8. ENTRANTS MEETING....................................................................................4-6

4.9. PENALTIES......................................................................................................4-6

4.10. FUNKHANA SCORING...................................................................................4-6

4.11. AWARDS FOR FUNKHANAS.........................................................................4-7

4.12. PROTESTS........................................................................................................4-7

4.13. ABBREVIATIONS ...........................................................................................4-7

4.14. TERMINOLOGY ..............................................................................................4-7

5. RALLYE (15page PDF)........................................................5-1

5.1. WHAT IS A RALLYE?.....................................................................................5-1

5.2. RALLYE TYPES...............................................................................................5-1

5.2.1. TYPE I: TIME-SPEED-DISTANCE RALLYE...............................................5-1

5.2.2. TYPE II: GIMMICK RALLYE ......................................................................5-1

5.2.3. TYPE III: CHANCE RALLYE.......................................................................5-1

5.3. FLYERS FOR RALLIES...................................................................................5-2

5.4. RULES FOR SETTING UP A RALLYE...........................................................5-2

5.5. RALLYE WORKERS AND OFFICIALS..........................................................5-2

5.6. RALLYE ENTRANTS' REQUIREMENTS.......................................................5-3

5.7. RALLYE CLASSES..........................................................................................5-3

5.7.1. TSD RALLYE CLASSES ..............................................................................5-3

5.7.2. ALL RALLIES OTHER THAN TSD.............................................................5-4

5.8. TECH FOR RALLIES .......................................................................................5-4

5.9. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS (GENERALS) ....................................................5-4

5.10. ENTRANTS MEETING....................................................................................5-5

5.11. RALLYE ROUTE .............................................................................................5-5

5.12. RALLYE ROUTE INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................5-6

5.13. ODOMETER CHECK.......................................................................................5-6

5.14. RALLYE AVERAGE SPEED...........................................................................5-6

5.15. RALLYE CHECKPOINTS................................................................................5-6

5.16. WATCHES AND TIMEKEEPING....................................................................5-7

5.17. PENALTIES FOR RALLYES ...........................................................................5-8

5.18. RALLYE ENDPOINT ...................................................................................... 5-8

5.19. RALLYE SCORING......................................................................................... 5-8

5.20. AWARDS FOR RALLIES................................................................................ 5-9

5.21. RALLYE PROTESTS....................................................................................... 5-9

5.22. RALLYE ABBREVIATIONS........................................................................... 5-9

5.23. STANDARD RALLYE TERMINOLOGY ....................................................... 5-9

5.24. TSD RALLYE QUICK SCORE SHEET..........................................................5-13

5.25. RALLYE TIME LOG ......................................................................................5-14

6. ECONOMY RUN (7 Page PDF)...............................................6-1

6.1. WHAT IS AN ECONOMY RUN...................................................................... 6-1

6.2. RULES FOR SETTING UP ECONOMY RUN................................................. 6-1

6.3. ENTRANTS' REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................... 6-1

6.4. CLASSES FOR ECONOMY RUNS ................................................................. 6-2

6.4.1. DIVISIONS AND CLASSES FOR ECONOMY RUNS ................................ 6-2

6.4.2. MASTER GROUP RANGES FOR ECONOMY RUNS ................................ 6-2

6.5. ECONOMY RUN WORKERS AND OFFICIALS............................................ 6-3

6.6. TECH FOR ECONOMY RUNS........................................................................ 6-3

6.7. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS (GENERALS) ................................................... 6-3

6.8. ENTRANTS MEETING FOR ECONOMY RUNS ........................................... 6-4

6.9. ROUTE FOR ECONOMY RUNS..................................................................... 6-4

6.10. ROUTE INSTRUCTIONS -- ECONOMY RUNS............................................. 6-5

6.11. ODOMETER CHECK ...................................................................................... 6-5

6.12. AVERAGE SPEED FOR ECONOMY RUNS .................................................. 6-5

6.13. CHECKPOINTS FOR ECONOMY RUNS ....................................................... 6-5

6.14. PENALTIES FOR ECONOMY RUNS ............................................................. 6-6

6.15. ENDPOINT FOR ECONOMY RUNS .............................................................. 6-6

6.16. SCORING FOR ECONOMY RUNS................................................................. 6-6

6.17. AWARDS FOR ECONOMY RUNS................................................................. 6-6

6.18. PROTESTS AT ECONOMY RUNS ................................................................. 6-7

6.19. ABBREVIATIONS FOR ECONOMY RUNS................................................... 6-7

6.20. TERMINOLOGY FOR ECONOMY RUNS ..................................................... 6-7

7. CONCOURS D'ELEGANCE (24 page PDF).....................................7-1

7.1. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HOST CLUB ..................................................... 7-1

7.2. OFFICIALS FOR A CONCOURS EVENT ........................................................ 7-2

7.3. AWARDS........................................................................................................... 7-2

7.4. CLASSIFICATION ............................................................................................ 7-3

7.5. JUDGING GUIDELINES................................................................................... 7-5

7.5.1. JUDGING RULES:........................................................................................ 7-6

7.5.2. OPERATIONS CHECK GUIDELINES:........................................................ 7-6

7.5.3. EXTERIOR GUIDELINES:........................................................................... 7-7

7.5.4. INTERIOR GUIDELINES:............................................................................ 7-7

7.5.5. ENGINE COMPARTMENT GUIDELINES:................................................. 7-8

7.6. TABULATION RULES.................................................................................... 7-8

7.7. DISQUALIFICATION ......................................................................................7-9

7.8. GENERAL RULES ...........................................................................................7-9

7.9. CLASSIFICATION SHEET ............................................................................ 7-11

7.10. MASTER SCORE SHEET .............................................................................. 7-12

7.11. EXTERIOR JUDGING SHEET....................................................................... 7-13

7.12. INTERIOR JUDGING SHEET........................................................................ 7-14

7.13. ENGINE JUDGING SHEET ........................................................................... 7-15

7.14. WASH & SHOW EXTERIOR JUDGING SHEET.......................................... 7-16

7.15. WASH & SHOW INTERIOR JUDGING SHEET ........................................... 7-17

7.16. RACE PREPARED EXTERIOR JUDGING SHEET....................................... 7.18

7.17. RACE PREPARED INTERIOR JUDGING SHEET........................................ 7.19

7.18. RACE PREPARED ENGINE JUDGING SHEET............................................ 7.20

7.19. MILEAGE LOG (REQUIRED FOR S/S AND W&S CLASSES).................... 7-22

7.20. CONCOURS MILEAGE VERIFICATION..................................................... 7-23

7.21. PEOPLE'S CHOICE CONCOURS .................................................................. 7-25

8. CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS (6 page PDF)..........................8-1

8.1. REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS.............................................................8-1

8.1.1. CLUB REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS.............................................8-1

8.1.2. INDIVIDUAL REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS ................................8-1

8.2. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS.............................................................8-5

8.2.1. CLUB NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS.............................................8-6

8.2.2. INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS................................8-6

8.3. CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS TIEBREAKERS.......................................................8-6

9. PROTESTS AND APPEALS (5 page PDF)......................9-1

9.1. PROTEST CONTENTS .......................................................................................9-1

9.2. PROTEST TYPES AND PROCEDURES ............................................................9-1

9.2.1. FOR EVENT RESULTS AND AWARDS......................................................9-1

9.2.2. FOR SPEED EVENTS, DRAGS, ICEKHANAS AND FUNKHANAS ..........9-1

9.2.3. FOR RALLIES AND ECONOMY RUNS ......................................................9-2

9.2.4. FOR CONCOURS ..........................................................................................9-2

9.3. PROTEST OFFICIALS........................................................................................9-2

9.4. PROCESSING OF A PROTEST BY OFFICIALS ...............................................9-3

9.5. APPEALS ............................................................................................................9-3

9.6. PROTEST AND APPEAL FEES..........................................................................9-4

9.6.1. FEE -- ALL PROTESTS EXCEPT ENTRY PROTESTS................................9-4

9.6.2. FEE -- ENTRY PROTESTS............................................................................9-4

9.6.3. FEE -- APPEALS............................................................................................9-4

9.7. PENALTIES FOR PROTESTS..........................................................................9-4

9.7.1. PENALTIES FOR ENTRANTS FOUND GUILTY........................................9-4

9.7.2. PENALTIES FOR CLUBS FOUND GUILTY...............................................9-4

9.7.3. PENALTIES FOR DENIED PROTESTS........................................................9-4

9.8. NCCC PROTEST FORM ..................................................................................9-5

10. TEARDOWN PROCEDURES (5 page PDF) ..........................10-1

10.1. PEOPLE ALLOWED AT TEARDOWN..........................................................10-1

10.2. BASIC TEARDOWN EQUIPMENT LIST ......................................................10-1

10.3. PRE-TEARDOWN CHECK ............................................................................10-1

10.4. TEARDOWN PROCEDURE...........................................................................10-1

10.4.1. GROUP 1-STREET & GROUP 1 DISASSEMBLY.....................................10-1

10.4.2. GROUP 2 DISASSEMBLY .........................................................................10-2

10.4.3. GROUP 1 & 2 DISASSEMBLY USING WHISTLER. ............................. 10-3

10.5. WHISTLER METHOD OF TEARDOWN.......................................................10-3

10.6. PRE-TEARDOWN CHECKLIST SHEET .......................................................10-4

10.6.1. GROUP 1-S AND GROUP 1........................................................................10-4

10.6.2. GROUP 2 .....................................................................................................10-4

10.7. PROTEST AND TEARDOWN CHECK LIST.................................................10-5

11. CARAVAN RULES (1 page PDF)   ............................11-1

11.1. GENERAL.......................................................................................................11-1

11.2. CARAVAN ORGANIZATION........................................................................11-1

11.2.1. DRIVING FROM PLACE TO PLACE IN TOWN....................................11-1

11.2.2. DRIVING FROM ONE TOWN TO ANOTHER.......................................11-1

12. FORMS (10 page PDF) ...................................................12-1

12.1. EVENT SANCTION REQUEST FORM..........................................................12-2

12.2. NCCC OFFICIAL FLYER OUTLINE .............................................................12-3

12.3. NCCC REGISTRATION FORM .....................................................................12-4

12.4. NCCC TECH INSPECTION/CLASSIFICATION FORM -- SPEED EVENTS

AND DRAG RACES..........................................................................................12-5

12.5. NCCC EVENT COMPLETION SUMMARY..................................................12-6

12.6. TECH FOR RALLIES AND ECONOMY RUNS ............................................12-8

12.7. RULEBOOK CLARIFICATION REQUEST...................................................12-9

12.8. PERSONAL POINT RECORD......................................................................12-10

REGIONS

The National Council of Corvette Clubs consists of sixteen (16) Regions within the United States of America plus two (2) additional Regions (all Regions may or may not be actively functioning). The geographical area of each Region and the number of Regions are controlled by the National Membership Committee, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors, and is included in this Rulebook for reference only. The following are the Regions of the National Council of Corvette Clubs and the geographical areas that they encompass:

 Atlantic: All countries except Canada and United States of America. Canada: All of Canada.

Carolina: States of North Carolina and South Carolina. East: State of Pennsylvania east of Route 219, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. East Ohio: Cities of Sandusky, Marion, Columbus, Portsmouth and all Ohio cities east of this imaginary line, in Pennsylvania all cities west of Route 219, and all of West Virginia. Florida: State of Florida except those Clubs that are in cities west of the Apalachicola River. Indiana: State of Indiana and all cities in Kentucky west of I-75. Michigan: State of Michigan. Midwest: States of Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota. Northeast: States of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York. Northwest: States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. Roadrunner: States of Arizona and New Mexico Rocky Mountain: States of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Montana. Southeast: States of Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia plus the Clubs in Florida cities that are west of the Apalachicola River. Southwest: States of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. West: States of Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota. West Coast: States of California, Nevada, and Hawaii. West Ohio: All cities in Ohio west of an imaginary line through the cities of Sandusky, Marion, Columbus and Portsmouth plus all of Kentucky east of I-75.

REGIONS

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ARTICLE I ......................................................................................5

Name .............................................................................................5

ARTICLE II .....................................................................................5

Object............................................................................................5

ARTICLE III ...................................................................................5

Members ......................................................................................5

SECTION 1 Qualifications .....................................................5

SECTION 2 Definition ............................................................5

SECTION 3 Classification ......................................................5

A. Primary Members...............................................................5

B. Spouse / Companion Members ..........................................6

C. Life Members .....................................................................6

D. Charter Members................................................................6

E. Members-At-Large .............................................................6

F. Honorary Members.............................................................6

G. Associate Member..............................................................6

H. Dependent Members ..........................................................6

SECTION 4 Application .........................................................7

SECTION 5 Transfer of Membership ...................................7

SECTION 6 Suspension, Expulsion, Resignation .................7

A. General Offenses................................................................7

B. Preferring Charges..............................................................7

C. Summons............................................................................7

D. Penalties .............................................................................7

E. Suspension..........................................................................7

F. Suspension Penalties...........................................................7

G. Reinstatement after Suspension .........................................7

H. Expulsion ...........................................................................7

I. Resignation ..........................................................................8

ARTICLE IV....................................................................................8

Constituent Divisions..................................................................8

SECTION 1 Divisions..............................................................8

A. Regions...............................................................................8

B. Clubs...................................................................................8

SECTION 2 Regions................................................................8

A. Regional Recognition.........................................................8

B. Regional Organization........................................................8

SECTION 3Clubs.....................................................................8

A. Recognition ........................................................................8

B. Eligibility............................................................................8

SECTION 4 Withdrawal of Recognition ...............................8

ARTICLE V .....................................................................................8

Board of Governors ....................................................................8

SECTION 1 Selection ..............................................................8

 SECTION 2 General Powers ..................................................9

SECTION 3 Duties of Board of Governors ...........................9

SECTION 4 Removal of Governors.......................................9

ARTICLE VI....................................................................................9

Dues and Finance ........................................................................9

SECTION 1 Dues .....................................................................9

SECTION 2 Payment of Dues.................................................9

SECTION 3 Compensation.....................................................9

SECTION 4 Reimbursement of Expenses .............................9

A. Regional Officers ...............................................................9

B. Executive Board .................................................................9

C. Appointed Officers.............................................................9

SECTION 5 Corporate Liability ..........................................10

SECTION 6 Liability for Debts of Recognized Clubs ........10

SECTION 7 Indemnification of Officers .............................10

SECTION 8 Fiscal Year ........................................................10

ARTICLE VII ................................................................................10

Officers.......................................................................................10

SECTION 1 Regional Officers..............................................10

A. Officers.............................................................................10

B. Selection...........................................................................11

C. Duties ...............................................................................11

D. Removal ...........................................................................11

SECTION 2 National Officers ..............................................11

A. Officers.............................................................................11

B. Selection...........................................................................11

C. Nominations .....................................................................11

D. Election and Term of Office ............................................11

E. Duties................................................................................12

PRESIDENT......................................................................12

1ST VICE PRESIDENT-COMPETITION........................12

2ND VICE PRESIDENT-MEMBERSHIP........................12

SECRETARY ....................................................................12

TREASURER ....................................................................12

IMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT.......................................13

PARLIAMENTARIAN.....................................................13

BUSINESS MANAGER ...................................................13

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS...........................13

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ...................................................13

F. Removal............................................................................13

G. Vacancies .........................................................................13

H. Consecutive Terms of Office ...........................................13

SECTION 3 Appointed Officers...........................................13

A. Officers.............................................................................13

B. Duties ...............................................................................14

Director of Publications .....................................................14

Directors of Convention.....................................................14

Convention Treasurer.........................................................14

Assistant to the Vice President-Membership.....................14

Director of Charity.............................................................14

Convention Steering Advisor.............................................15

Director of Sponsorship .....................................................15

Webmaster .........................................................................15

FCOA Director ..................................................................15

Distribution Manager Distribution ....................................15

ARTICLE VIII...............................................................................15

Meetings.....................................................................................15

SECTION 1 Notice of Meetings............................................15

SECTION 2 Meetings of the Board......................................15

SECTION 3 Annual Meeting................................................15

SECTION 4 Special Meetings...............................................15

A. General Membership........................................................15

B. Board of Governors..........................................................15

SECTION 5 Attendance........................................................15

A. General .............................................................................15

B. Proxy Governor................................................................16

C. Proxy Officer....................................................................16

SECTION 6 Quorum.............................................................16

ARTICLE IX..................................................................................16

Convention.................................................................................16

SECTION 1 Annual Convention ..........................................16

SECTION 2 Convention Bids ...............................................16

SECTION 3 Attendance........................................................16

SECTION 4 Convention Schedule .......................................16

SECTION 5 Convention Proceeds .......................................16

ARTICLE X ...................................................................................16

Executive Board ........................................................................16

SECTION 1 Members ...........................................................16

SECTION 2 Duties.................................................................17

SECTION 3 Vacancies ..........................................................17

SECTION 4 Removal ............................................................17

ARTICLE XI..................................................................................17

COMMITTEES.........................................................................17

SECTION 1 Standing Committees.......................................17

SECTION 2 Term of Committee Membership...................17

SECTION 3 Duties.................................................................17

Regional Executive Committee ............................................17

Competition Committee........................................................17

Membership Committee........................................................18

Charity Committee................................................................18

Convention steering Committee ...........................................18

Nominating Committee.........................................................18

By-Laws Committee .............................................................18

Finance Committee ...............................................................19

Teller Committee ..................................................................19

 SECTION 4 Special Committees..........................................19

SECTION 5 Committee Quorum.........................................19

ARTICLE XII ................................................................................19

Dissolution .................................................................................19

SECTION 1 Property ............................................................19

SECTION 2 Dissolution ........................................................19

ARTICLE XIII...............................................................................20

Official Emblem ........................................................................20

SECTION 1 Official Emblem ...............................................20

SECTION 2 Logo...................................................................20

ARTICLE XIV...............................................................................20

Parliamentary Authority..........................................................20

ARTICLE XV ................................................................................20

Amendments..............................................................................20

SECTION 1 Amendments.....................................................20

SECTION 2 Advance Notice.................................................20

SECTION 3 NCCC Ballot Procedure..................................20

SECTION 4 Tie Breaking Procedure ..................................20

ARTICLE XVI...............................................................................21

Waiver of Notice........................................................................21

By-Laws of

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CORVETTE CLUBS, INC.

Revised 11/10/2007

ARTICLE I

Name

The name of this organization shall be NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CORVETTE CLUBS, hereinafter known as NCCC.

ARTICLE II

Object

To promote interest in Corvette automobile ownership and operation and to that end to collect, receive, learn, disseminate, and publish information relative thereto and further establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the ownership and enjoyment connected with the use of said automobile and to that end to hold meetings, affairs, rendezvous, and other gatherings, public or private in furtherance of said purpose. NCCC is chartered as a non-profit organization.

ARTICLE III

Members

SECTION 1. Qualifications.

Members shall be limited to owners or operators of Chevrolet Corvette motor sports vehicles who are also members in good standing of a recognized club, except as otherwise provided in these By-Laws. Applicants must be eighteen years of age or older (except a dependent member). If an applicant has not attained legal majority age according to the laws of their state of residence, they must submit with their application for membership, a statement of parental consent, signed by each parent and properly notarized.

SECTION 2. Definition.

A. Individual Members. A member of the Corporation.

SECTION 3. Classification. Members shall be limited to only one NCCC number (with the exception of Honorary members) and be classified as follows:

A. Primary Members. Each applicant for Primary membership shall furnish proof of compliance

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 with the requirements set forth in Section 1 of this article. Upon approval of the application and payment of the required initiation fees and dues, the applicant shall become a Primary member. Every member must comply with the requirements set forth in Section 1 to be eligible to continue as a Primary member of this organization.

B. Spouse / Companion Members. The spouse or companion of any Primary member may become a member upon payment of membership dues. Such member shall be entitled to all privileges of Primary membership. A Primary member may only have one spouse / companion member at a time.

C. Life Members. To qualify, an applicant must be a current NCCC member. To maintain Primary status, life members must comply with items A, B or E of this Section.

D. Charter Members.

(1) To be recognized as Charter member, an applicant must present a Charter membership card, which was issued to such applicant, and such applicant must comply with items A, B, C or E of this Section.

(2) The following named Charter members have been recognized for their service to NCCC and they shall enjoy all the privileges of Primary membership, shall not be required to comply with the standards of membership set forth in Section 1 or Section 2.D.(1) of this article and shall not be required to pay dues. No additional or rediscovered Charter members shall be accorded these privileges. Robert Burda Don Heber Herbert G. Popp Paul Castle Tom Henry William Ralston James M. Evans Don Hoskins Dick Rudy Van Gates Earle Kroneberger Robert Ruth Fred Goss Gene Lewis Richard Starts Donald W. Gresock Arthur F. Miller Terry L. Tetzlaff Eugene Hackett Matt Murrin Dick Wise John Palladino

E. Members-At-Large. Any person who is not a member of a recognized club but who otherwise meets the requirements of membership set forth in Section 1 may become a Member-at-Large. Any requests for such status shall be directed to the Regional Membership Director or Vice President of Membership. Upon approval of application and payment of required dues the applicant shall become a member-at-large. Members-at-Large shall not be entitled to vote or hold office in the corporation.

P. Honorary Members. The Board of Governors, at any duly organized meeting, may elect Honorary members by unanimous vote of the governors present. Honorary members shall be exempt from payment of dues and shall be entitled to all the privileges of Primary members, except the right to vote or hold office. Honorary members need not comply with the requirements of membership set forth in Section 1 of this article.

G. Associate Member. The Board of Governors may accept Associate members. This membership is available to former NCCC members only. Any requests for such status shall be directed to the Regional Membership Director. Associate members need not comply with the Corvette ownership or recognized club membership requirements set forth in Section 1 of this article. All other provisions of Section 1 of this article shall apply. An Associate member shall be entitled to all of the privileges of Primary members except the right to hold office in NCCC or compete for National or Regional points. Upon approval of the application and payment of the required dues, the applicant shall become an Associate member.

H. Dependent Members. The child of any Primary or Spouse/companion member who is between the ages of 16 and 21 years of age, or between the ages of 16 and 25 and also a Full Time Student whose principal place of residence (not school residence) is the same as the Primary or Spouse/companion, shall become a member upon payment of membership dues equal to those of Spouse/companion membership. They shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of Spouse/companion membership, except the right to hold National or Regional office.

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 SECTION 4. Application. All requests for membership shall be by written application directed to the Regional Membership Director or Vice President of Membership. The Regional Membership Director or Vice President of Membership shall determine that each applicant complies with the membership requirements.

SECTION 5. Transfer of Membership. Membership in the Corporation is not transferable or assignable.

SECTION 6. Suspension, Expulsion, Resignation.

A. General Offenses. Any individual member who shall violate any of the provisions of the By-Laws, rules, regulations, or edicts of the Corporation which have been properly approved or who shall be guilty of unbecoming conduct, or who shall be found to be in violation of sportsmanlike attitudes fostered by the Corporation, shall be guilty of an offense against the Corporation and shall be subject to fine, reprimand, suspension or expulsion.

B. Preferring Charges. Any individual member may prefer charges against another member specifying the particular acts complained of. All charges must be made in writing and signed and sworn to by the complaining member. All charges must be filed with the Secretary and entered in full in the minutes of a regular meeting of the Board of Governors.

C. Summons. When charges are preferred against an individual member, the member shall be served with written notice by the President or the Secretary directing the member to appear before a hearing board which has been duly established for the purpose of hearing such charges. Such notice shall contain the time, date and place of such hearing and shall further contain a written specification of the charges, which have been preferred against the member. Such notice shall be mailed to said member at least ten days prior to the date of the hearing.

D. Penalties. The Board of Governors, upon a majority vote thereof, may impose other such penalties as they deem fitting and proper, including, but not by way of limitation, fine, reprimand, suspension or expulsion against any individual. Should the Board of Governors by a majority vote thereof, determine any member to be guilty of using the Corporation for personal gain, then, in that event, such member may be expelled. The Board of Governors may suspend or revoke its recognition of any recognized club.

E. Suspension. A member may be suspended for a period or expelled for violation of any By-Law or rule of the Corporation, or for conduct prejudicial to the best interests of the Corporation. Suspension or expulsion shall be ordered only after complying with those procedures set forth in this Section. Such individual shall have the right to appeal any such determination by the Board of Governors in person or in writing. The Board of Governors may thereafter continue the suspension for a definite term or terminate the suspension, or expel the member and its decision shall be final.

F. Suspension Penalties. A suspended individual member shall be penalized as follows:

(1) The member shall be removed from the organization.

(2) The member shall be denied all organization privileges of the Corporation.

(3) The member shall not vote, attend meetings, hold office, or have any voice whatsoever in the affairs of the Corporation.

(4) The member shall not represent the Corporation in any capacity.

G. Reinstatement after Suspension. When an individual member is suspended for a definite length of time, the member shall be automatically reinstated when such time has elapsed, provided that the member has paid all bills and back dues owed the Corporation. Further, any such suspended member shall be required to pay a reinstatement fee of $5.00 to the Treasurer of the Corporation.

H. Expulsion. Any individual member who has been expelled shall no longer be carried on the official rolls of the Corporation. The individual shall relinquish all financial claims against the organization and shall be prohibited from attending any function, social or otherwise, of the Corporation.

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I. Resignation. Any member may resign by filing a written resignation with the Membership

Committee, but such resignation shall not relieve the member of the obligation to pay dues,

assessments or other charges theretofore accrued and unpaid.

ARTICLE IV

Constituent Divisions

SECTION 1. Divisions. The divisions of NCCC shall be:

A. Regions. Geographical areas of the United States as defined by the Membership Committee.

B. Clubs. Any local Corvette club with a minimum of twelve (12) members of NCCC. Any existing club formed before 1/1/95, must maintain a minimum of six (6) members of NCCC. A minimum of fifty (50) percent of the NCCC members must be NCCC primary members.

SECTION 2. Regions.

A. Regional Recognition. For all new regions formed or modified after 1/1/95, one of the following

two (2) conditions must be met.

Condition 1. A minimum of ten (10) clubs and 400 NCCC members to establish a new Region.

Condition 2. A minimum of five hundred (500) NCCC Primary and Spouse Members.

B. Regional Organization. Each Region may organize as deemed necessary, but the By-Laws of the organization shall not be in conflict with the Constitution and By-Laws of the NCCC.

SECTION 3. Clubs. Recognized club. A local Corvette club whose members have also met the individual membership requirements as set forth in Article III and is also in good standing in accordance with their Regional By-Laws. (A recognized club is not a member of the Corporation.)

A. Recognition. After 1/1/95, any new Corvette club or any Corvette club that rejoins NCCC, may apply for recognition by the Corporation. Any such club must have and maintain a minimum of twelve (12) NCCC members, 50% or greater must be primary members, all of which must be members of the Corporation. Any club with 24 or more members must maintain the greater of 51% of its membership as members of the Corporation. All clubs that are recognized clubs before 1/1/95 and have less then twelve members must maintain six (6) NCCC members of the Corporation. Any club applying for recognition in the Corporation must:

(1) Furnish proof (51% sheet) that the requisite number of individual members are members of the Corporation by having a club representative present the individual applications and payment of dues in person to the Regional Membership Director or Vice President of Membership at a regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Governors and/or a regularly scheduled Regional meeting.

B. Eligibility. A recognized club shall be eligible to sponsor a sanctioned event in which individual members may compete and be eligible to accumulate points toward Corporation awards.

SECTION 4. Withdrawal of Recognition. Any recognized club or Region not complying with the requirements set forth in paragraph A of Sections 2 and 3 of this article may have its recognition withdrawn. Individual members of the affected club(s) must comply with rules set forth in Article III to maintain membership in the Corporation.

ARTICLE V

Board of Governors

SECTION 1. Selection. The individual members of each recognized club shall elect/appoint one individual 

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member to serve on the Board of Governors of the Corporation. The governor must be a member of the Corporation through the club they represent. A governor shall serve a term of one year; and their term of office shall commence on the first day of January, following their election. A governor may serve more than one termin office. Each governor shall have one vote at all meetings of the Board of Governors.

SECTION 2. General Powers. The business and affairs of the Corporation shall be managed by its Board of Governors.

SECTION 3. Duties of Board of Governors.

The Board of Governors may:

A. Hold meetings at such times and places as it thinks proper;

B. Suspend or expel members;

C. Print and circulate documents and public articles;

D. Contract agents; and

E. Devise and carry into execution such other measures as it deems proper and expedient to promote the objectives of the Corporation and to best protect the interest and welfare of the members.

SECTION 4. Removal of Governors. The Board of Governors by a two-thirds vote, with just cause, may remove one or more governors at any meeting called for that purpose.

ARTICLE VI

Dues and Finance

SECTION 1. Dues. The Board of Governors may determine the amount of initiation fee, if any, and all dues payable to the Corporation by its members. Motions to change dues shall be read by the President and lay on the table at least one meeting before voting by the Board of Governors.

SECTION 2. Payment of Dues. Dues shall be payable in advance on or before December 15, for the following year.

SECTION 3. Compensation. No governor shall receive any compensation from the Corporation for services as a governor, except for reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses as are approved by a majority of the Board of Governors.

SECTION 4. Reimbursement of Expenses.

A. Regional Officers. Regional Officers will receive mileage reimbursement based on the miles from the Governors' meeting to their residence for attendance of any regularly scheduled Governors' meeting (with the exception of the annual meeting) or special meetings. Reimbursement shall not exceed the amount which shall be established by the Board of Governors.

B. Executive Board. Members of the Executive Board will receive mileage reimbursement based on the miles from the governors' meeting to their residence for attendance of any regularly scheduled meeting (with the exception of the annual meeting) or special meetings. They shall be entitled to reimbursement by the Corporation for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the execution of the duties of their office or expenses incurred pursuant to the conduct of other corporate affairs and such other sums as may be established and approved by the Board of Governors.

C. Appointed Officers.

(1) Director of Publications shall receive mileage reimbursement based on the miles from the governors' meeting to the incumbent's residence for the attendance of any regularly scheduled meeting (with the exception of the annual meeting) or special meeting. This Director shall be reimbursed by the Corporation for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the execution of the duties of this office and such other sums as may be established and approved by the Board of Governors.

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(2) Directors of Convention shall be reimbursed such sums as may be established and approved by the Board of Governors. The incumbent shall be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the execution of the duties of this office from the affected convention year funds.

(3) Convention Treasurer shall be reimbursed for telephone, postage and related convention expenses.

(4) Assistant to Vice President-Membership shall be reimbursed for telephone, postage and related position expenses.

(5) Director of Charity shall be reimbursed such sums as may be established and approved by the Board of Governors. The incumbent shall be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the execution of this office from charity funds.

(6) Convention Steering Advisor shall be reimbursed such sums as may be established and approved by the Board of Governors. The incumbent shall be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the execution of the duties of this office from the convention funds.

(7) Director of Sponsorship shall be reimbursed for telephone, postage and related position expenses. Any travel must be approved by the Executive Board if under $1,000 and by the Board of Governors if over $1,000 per occurrence

(8) The Webmaster shall be reimbursed for telephone, postage, and related position expenses.

SECTION 3. Corporate Liability. All persons, corporations, partnerships, groups or associations extending credit to, contracting with, or having any claim against the Corporation or officers thereof, shall look only to the funds and property of the Corporation for the payment of any judgment, contract, claim, payable to them from the Corporation or its officers and, unless specifically otherwise provided by law, the officers shall not in any manner be personally liable therefore.

SECTION 6. Liability for Debts of Recognized Clubs. The Corporation shall not incur nor be responsible for any debt, damage, judgment, contract, claim or decree or liabilities of any kind or nature, incurred or sustained by any recognized club or other approved local organization, club or association of any persons acting in such capacity, unless said local group has obtained prior approval in writing signed by a majority of the Board of Governors.

SECTION 7. Indemnification of Officers. The Board of Governors may indemnify and reimburse from funds of the Corporation, each governor, agent or officer of the Corporation and their heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns for any judgment against them and for expenses necessarily incurred by them in connection with the defense or reasonable settlement of any such action, suit or proceeding to which they are a party by reason of any authorized conduct in such capacity. Further, the Corporation may indemnify any such governor, agent, or officer of the Corporation for any act or acts which the Corporation could lawfully indemnify any such governor, agent or officer under the provisions of the Business Corporation Act of the State of Michigan.

SECTION 8. Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the Corporation shall begin on the first day of January and end on the last day of December in each year. (Effective January 1st., 1997)

ARTICLE VII

Officers

SECTION 1. Regional Officers.

A. Officers. The officers of a Region shall be the Regional Executive, the Regional Competition Director and the Regional Membership Director. The Regional Executive shall be the chief executive officer of the Region.

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B. Selection. The governors of each region shall select three individual members from their Region to act as Regional officers. The election shall take place by the last regularly scheduled governors' meeting of the calendar year. Each club shall have one vote and the individual member receiving the greatest number of votes shall serve as the Regional officer upon the approval of the Executive Board. No person shall hold more that one Regional office.

C. Duties. The duties of the Regional officers as may be outlined in other NCCC publications shall not be in conflict with this article.

(1) Regional Executive - The Regional Executive will call and preside at a minimum of one meeting per calendar quarter for the purpose of conducting Regional business. The Regional Executive shall only cast votes and present motions at any meeting of the Board of Governors on behalf of any governor from the represented Region who is not present. RE's shall have written consent, which is signed by the governor and is either notarized, approved, using the seal of the governor's club, or witnessed in writing by another NCCC member of the club. The proxy forms shall be presented to the Secretary for validation prior to the opening of the meeting. Upon approval of the Board of Governors, the proxy forms may be forwarded to the Secretary for recording attendance, not to exceed seven days following the meeting, as determined by the postmark. In the absence or disability of the Regional Executive, the Regional Competition Director shall perform the duties of the Regional Executive.

(2) Regional Competition Director - The Regional Competition Director shall be responsible for the conduct of the sanctioned competition events in that Region. The RCD will maintain all official NCCC results and standings for that Region. Other and more specific duties not in conflict with the duties of the Regional officers as outlined in this section are listed in the Competition Sanction Program rulebook. In the absence or disability of the Regional Executive, the Regional Competition Director may perform the duties of the Regional Executive.

(3) Regional Membership Director - The Regional Membership Director shall be responsible for promoting membership in the NCCC for that Region. The RMD shall be responsible for distributing the necessary NCCC membership literature and answer all questions regarding membership to interested persons in that Region. In the absence or disability of the Regional. Executive and the Regional Competition Director, the Regional Membership Director may perform the duties of the Regional Executive.

D. Removal. Any Regional officer can be removed by the Executive Board upon receipt of a majority of written complaints from governors of that region.

SECTION 2. National Officers.

A. Officers. The officers of this Corporation shall be President, Vice President-Competition, Vice President-Membership, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Business Manager, Director of Public Relations, and Sergeant-at-Arms, each of whom shall be elected by the Board of Governors. Such other officers and assistant officers as may be deemed necessary may be elected or appointed by the Board of Governors.

B. Selection. A Nominating Committee shall be appointed by the Executive Board, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors. The Nominating Committee shall present a list of names for the NCCC offices to the Board of Governors as suggested nominees. Any of the suggested nominees may be placed in nomination from the floor of the Board of Governors.

C. Nominations. Nominations for the election of officers shall be held at the first regularly scheduled governors' meeting following the annual meeting.

D. Election and Term of Office. Officers of the Corporation are to be elected by written ballot at the last regularly scheduled governors' meeting of the calendar year for a two-year term. The ballot  

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 procedure used will be the preferential voting method, as prescribed in the Robert's Rules of Order. The election shall be on a rotating schedule, with the President, Vice President-Membership, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and Director of Public Relations elected in even numbered years, and the Vice President-Competition, Secretary, Business Manager and Sergeant-at-Arms elected in odd numbered years. If the election of officers is not held at such meeting, such election shall be held as soon thereafter as is convenient. Election precedence shall be in the order stated in this paragraph. A club may be represented only once on the Executive Board. Voting shall be per NCCC ballot procedure. The officers shall take office on January 1 of the following year. Each officer shall hold office until his successor has been duly elected and qualifies or until his death or he resigns or is removed in the manner hereinafter provided.

E. Duties. The duties of the officers of the Corporation shall be as provided by resolution or other directive of the Board of Governors, and in the absence of contrary provision the duties shall be as follows:

PRESIDENT

The President shall be the chief executive officer of the Corporation, and in the recess of the Board of Governors shall have the general control and management of business and affairs, subject, however, to the right of the Board of Governors to delegate any specific power, except as such may be by statute exclusively conferred upon the President, to any other officer or officers of the Corporation. The President shall preside at all meetings of the general membership, unless otherwise determined by the Board of Governors. The President shall be responsible for the care and custody of all corporate property, and shall maintain an up-to-date record of all corporate property, which shall include the name of any individual member charged with temporary custody thereof. In the absence or disability of the President, the 1st Vice President shall perform the duties and exercise the powers of the President until the next regularly scheduled meeting.

1ST VICE PRESIDENT-COMPETITION

The 1st Vice President-Competition shall have general responsibility for all competition events sanctioned by the Corporation involving the use of motor vehicles. All participants in such events who wish to accumulate championship points must use Chevrolet Corvette motor sports vehicles. The activities of the Vice President-Competition shall be subject to the review and approval of the Board of Governors.

2ND VICE PRESIDENT-MEMBERSHIP

The 2nd Vice President-Membership shall be responsible for the acquisition of new members, to coordinate all membership applications and inform any applicants regarding organizational or administrative activities. The 2nd Vice President-Membership shall assign National and Regional numbers to each new member and is responsible for the distribution of membership cards.

SECRETARY

The Secretary shall attend all meetings of the Executive Board of Governors, and the general membership and shall record the minutes of such proceedings. The Secretary shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed from time to time by the President of the Board of Governors. The Secretary may delegate duties, powers and responsibilities to one or more assistant secretaries unless such delegation shall be disapproved by the Board of Governors.

TREASURER

The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monies received and expended for the use of the Corporation, shall deposit all sums received in a bank, or banks, or trust companies approved by the Executive Board, and make a report at the Annual Meeting or when called upon by the President or the Board of Governors. Funds may be drawn only upon the signature of the Treasurer or President. The financial records of the corporation

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 shall be maintained, using generally accepted accounting principles, and all reports shall be presented in that manner. The funds, books, and vouchers controlled by the Treasurer shall at all times be under the supervision of the Executive Board and subject to its inspection and control. At the expiration of the term of office, the Treasurer shall deliver over to a successor all books, monies and other properties, or in the absence of a Treasurer-Elect, to the President. In the event of absence or disability of the Treasurer, the Executive Board may appoint a Treasurer pro tem.

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

The Immediate Past President shall serve on the Executive Board in an advisory position and shall also serve on the Regional Executive committee. The Immediate Past President shall perform other duties as designated by the President and/or the Board of Governors for a term of one year.

PARLIAMENTARIAN

The Parliamentarian shall act in an advisory capacity to the President regarding the proper conduct of any meeting, shall serve on the Regional Executive committee, and shall be chairperson of the By-Laws committee. The Parliamentarian shall have such written powers and duties as may be prescribed in the Constitution and By-Laws of the organization.

BUSINESS MANAGER

The Business Manager shall have the general responsibility for the Corporation competition insurance program and shall perform such other business duties as the Executive Board may direct from time to time.

DIRECTOR OP PUBLIC RELATIONS

The Director of Public Relations shall be responsible for promoting, furthering the image, and disseminating information relative to the Corporation, as the President and Executive Board may direct from time to time.

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

The Sergeant-at-Arms shall assist in preserving order at all meetings and social affairs of the Corporation and shall perform such other duties as the President may direct from time to time.

F. Removal. Any officer or agent elected or appointed by the Board of Governors may be removed by the Board of Governors by a two-thirds vote with just cause whenever in its judgment the best interest of the Corporation would be served. The Board's decision in this regard shall be final.

G. Vacancies. A vacancy in any office because of death, resignation, removal, disqualification or otherwise of any officer may be filled by the Board of Governors for the unexpired portion of his term at the next regularly scheduled meeting.

H. Consecutive Terms of Office. No elected officer shall be eligible to serve more than two consecutive terms in the same office and no more than five consecutive years on the Executive Board or as an elected officer of the Corporation.

SECTION 3. Appointed Officers.

A. Officers. The following positions may be appointed by the President with recommendations of the Executive Board and the approval of the Board of Governors with no restrictions on the length of term. An elected officer may not hold an appointed position, and an appointed officer may hold only one appointed position concurrently. These appointments will be reaffirmed at the first meeting of each calendar year.

(1) Director of Publications (6) Assistant to Vice President-Membership

(2) Directors of Convention (7) Director of Sponsorship

(3) Convention Treasurer (8) Webmaster

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(4) Director of Charity (9) FCOA Director

(5) Convention Steering Advisor (10) Distribution Manager

B. Duties. The duties and powers of the appointed positions of the Corporation shall be provided from time to time by resolution or other directive of the Board of Governors, and in the absence of contrary provision, the duties shall be as follows:

Director of Publications

The Director of Publications shall be the editor and publisher of Blue Bars, shall maintain a courtesy mailing list for Blue Bars, and shall maintain back issue files of Blue Bars and such other duties  pertinent to the contents of Blue Bars.

Directors of Convention

The term `Director's of Convention' is to be qualified as follows: a current Director of Convention and a future Director of Convention will respectfully apply to the two separate conventions being simultaneously planned; each convention requiring a director charged with the same duties and responsibilities. The future Director of Convention will be appointed after the annual convention bid site selection is completed at the last regularly scheduled governors meeting of the year. This position will progress to current Director of Convention, when the current appointment terminates at the regularly scheduled governors meeting following the current Director's convention. It shall be the responsibility of the Directors of Convention to attend the Convention Steering committee meetings; serve as the representative for the host organization; submit to the Convention Steering Committee for review of all proposed contracts, budget, general convention program outline and host organization meeting minutes; Inform the Convention Steering Advisor at the first opportunity of any significant change(s) {i.e. to the budget, convention program, etc.)that develop between the Convention Steering Committee meetings; and perform other such duties as outlined in the Convention Policy and Procedure manual. All reimbursements as covered in these By-Laws and Standing Rules for the Directors of Convention will be included in the budget and reimbursed out of the affected convention year funds.

Convention Treasurer

It shall be the responsibility of the Convention Treasurer to attend the Convention Steering Committee meetings; receive and account for all convention income; pay all expenses for convention activities as approved by the Director of Convention; prepare and present to the Board of Governors a final statement of convention, income and expenses; coordinate financial reporting with the NCCC Treasurer; notify the Convention Steering Committee of expense request(s) not covered in the budget; maintain and provide financial and registration information for the Director of Convention and the Convention Steering Advisor; perform other such duties as outlined in the Convention Policy and Procedure manual. The Convention Treasurer shall be appointed no later than the last regularly scheduled governors meeting of the year before the affected convention. The Convention Treasurer shall serve until the final financial statement is presented to the Board of Governors, no later than the last regularly scheduled governors meeting of the year of the affected convention.

Assistant to the Vice President-Membership

The Assistant to the Vice President-Membership shall assist the Vice President-Membership in all duties pertaining to membership, screen applications, distribute membership cards and rulebooks, sort printouts, inform new clubs of NCCC, apply labels, communicate with computer people, assist at governors' meetings and screen points.

Director of Charity

The Director of Charity shall be responsible for all matters related to the charity program.

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Convention Steering Advisor

The Convention Steering Advisor shall serve as the Chairperson to the Convention Steering Committee; act as the liaison between the host organizations) and the Executive Board; shall represent the Corporation in matters concerning convention contractual agreements; provide the accountable link between the Convention Steering Committee and the Executive Board; coordinate the maintenance of the Convention Policy and Procedure manual; coordinate and delegate the duties of the Convention Steering Committee; and perform other such duties as outlined in the Convention Policy and Procedure manual.

Director of Sponsorship

The Director of Sponsorship shall work directly with the President, Director of Public Relations, Business Manager, and Convention Steering Committee Advisor to promote NCCC and secure sponsorship funds to defray expenses of the national organization.

Webmaster

The Webmaster shall be responsible for all matters concerning the NCCC website, and will work directly with the Executive Board to ensure that the membership is kept informed of matters of concern to NCCC.

FCOA Director

FCOA Director shall be responsible for all matters related to FCOA.

Distribution Manager

Distribution Manager shall be assigned by the executive board.

ARTICLE VIII

Meetings

SECTION 1. Notice of Meetings. A notice of each regular and special meeting of the Board of Governors stating the time, place, date and purpose thereof shall be sent by the Secretary of the Corporation to each governor. Notices shall be sent at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the date of such meeting.

SECTION 2. Meetings of the Board Regular meetings of the Board of Governors shall be held on dates and at such a location as is determined by the Board of Governors at it's second regularly scheduled meeting of the calendar year from proposal(s) submitted to the Board of Governors by the Membership committee at the first regularly scheduled meeting of the calendar year. Voting shall be per NCCC Ballot procedure. The approved meeting location shall be effective at the beginning of the calendar year, approximately eighteen months after approval.

SECTION 3. Annual Meeting. An annual meeting of the general membership shall be held at the annual convention, unless otherwise specified, for the purpose of conducting any business that may be necessary.

SECTION 4. Special Meetings

A. General Membership. Special meetings of the general membership may be called at any time by the Board of Governors, and must be called by the Board of Governors upon receipt of a written petition signed by twenty percent (20%) or more of the individual members, provided such petition shall state the purpose for which the meeting is to be called.

B. Board of Governors. Special meetings of the Board of Governors may be called by the President upon written request of twenty five percent (25%) of the Board of Governors.

SECTION 5. Attendance

A. General. Each club will be represented at no less than three of the five regularly scheduled meetings of the Board.

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B. Proxy Governor. A Governor may authorize another NCCC member of his/her club to act for him/her during a Governors' weekend. The Proxy Governor must be a member of the Corporation through the club he/she is representing. Attendance will be recorded based on the completion of the sign-in form.

C. Proxy Officer. Excluding the President and the Past President, proxy Regional and National (elected and appointed) officers, as selected by the absent officer, are permissible for the Governors' weekend. The proxy Regional officer must be a member of the Corporation in the Region he/she is representing. All rights and privileges are transferable. Board of Governors approval is required.

SECTION 6. Quorum. One-third of the then duly elected governors constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business. If a majority of the governors consent in writing to any action taken at a meeting without a quorum present, or without a meeting being called, such action shall be a valid corporation action as though it had been duly authorized at a meeting of the Board of Governors.

ARTICLE IX

Convention

SECTION 1. Annual Convention The annual convention of the Corporation shall be held between June 1st and September 1st at a site selected and approved by the Board of Governors. Any deviation from this time period must be reviewed by the Convention Steering Committee and approved by the Board of Governors.

SECTION 2. Convention Bids. All tentative convention bids should be first submitted to the Convention Steering Committee for review and recommendations at the first regularly scheduled Governors' meeting of the year. All completed convention bids must be submitted to the Convention Steering Committee at the second regularly scheduled Governors' meeting, in accordance with the Convention Policy and Procedures Manual. Completed bids for the annual convention, must be presented to the Executive Board during the annual meeting, presented to the Board of Governors at the first regularly scheduled Governors' meeting following the annual meeting, at least twenty (20) months prior to convention, and voted on at the last regularly scheduled governors' meeting of the calendar year. Voting shall be per NCCC ballot procedure.

SECTION 3. Attendance. Attendance at the NCCC Convention shall be limited to: NCCC members, spouses and their children; guests as approved by the Executive Board and/or the Board of Governors; members, spouses and their children of NCCC recognized Corvette Councils, i.e., Western States Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc., Canadian Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc.

SECTION 4. Convention Schedule. The convention schedule shall be determined by the host organization, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors.

SECTION 5. Convention Proceeds. The corporation and the host organization shall share equally in the annual convention proceeds. The Corporation shall reimburse the host organization for losses incurred; however should the loss result from the host organization's non-compliance of the Convention Steering Committee recommendation(s), the host organization shall be responsible for that expenditure. A loss will be reviewed by the Convention Steering Committee for a determination of responsibility; the decision of the Convention Steering Committee may be appealed to the Board of Governors for final deposition.

ARTICLE X

Executive Board

SECTION 1. Members. The Executive Board of the Corporation shall be: President Vice President-Competition Vice President-Membership Secretary Treasurer Immediate Past President Parliamentarian Business Manager Director of Public Relations Sergeant-at-Arms

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SECTION 2. Duties. The Executive Board shall appoint such individuals as may be necessary to conduct the business of the Corporation; it may act on behalf of the Corporation in any manner when the Board of Governors is not in session; it shall report to the Board of Governors for Board ratification of its action. Five members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Meetings may be called by the chairperson or by any four members.

SECTION 3. Vacancies. All vacancies and dismissals in any office other than President may be filled by appointment made by the Executive Board, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors at any regularly scheduled meeting or any meeting specifically called for such purpose.

SECTION 4. Removal. Any officer may be removed from office by a majority vote of the Executive

Board, subject to appeal by the aggrieved officer to the Board of Governors. In the event of an appeal, the Board of Governors shall make the final disposition regarding removal from office.

ARTICLE XI

Committees

SECTION 1. Standing Committees. The Corporation shall maintain the following standing committees:

A. Regional Executive Committee B. Competition Committee

C. Membership Committee D. Convention Steering Committee

E. Nominating Committee F. Charity Committee

G. By-Laws Committee H. Finance Committee

I. Teller Committee

SECTION 2. Term of Committee Membership. Membership on any committee shall be determined annually.

SECTION 3. Duties.

Regional Executive Committee

The Regional Executive committee shall be comprised of the elected/appointed Regional Executive from each Region. The immediate Past President and Parliamentarian shall be non-voting members. This committee shall be chaired by the immediate Past President or an individual elected from the ranks of the Regional Executive committee. Any proposed revision, amendment, or repeal to the corporate By-Laws shall first be referred to this committee 2 weeks prior to the first meeting of the year, to review and make recommendation(s) based on technical application, if necessary [correct Article, Section, etc., resolve any conflict with other articles, suggest language changes (with the permission of the author) which do not change the original intent of the proposal).. After due investigation and review, the findings of the committee shall be presented, without prejudice, to the Board of Governors at the regularly scheduled business meeting following the annual meeting or a special meeting called for such purpose. The committee shall retain a permanent record of all resolutions passed during the year by the Board of Governors. The committee shall also review financial matters presented by the Finance committee and other duties as assigned by the Executive Board

Competition Committee

The Competition committee shall be comprised of the elected/appointed Regional Competition Director from each Region and the Vice President-Competition shall chair this committee. The Competition committee shall review the competition manual and submit their recommendations to the Board of Governors for approval at the first regularly scheduled business meeting following the annual meeting. Any recommendation for changes to the competition rulebook must be submitted to the Competition committee through the Regional Competition Director. Any changes approved by the Board of Governors shall become effective on the first day of the year following approval. The Competition committee shall hear and review all grievances by members which relate to the Competition Program sponsored by the Corporation.

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Membership Committee

The Membership committee shall be comprised of the elected/appointed Regional Membership Director

from each Region and the Vice President-Membership shall chair this committee. The Membership committee shall have general responsibility over all matters relating to corporate membership. They shall provide information and answer all correspondence from members and non-members relating to corporate membership. The Membership committee, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors, may divide the country into. regions and may modify such regions, either adding or consolidating them. Such division or modification shall be promulgated only by the Membership committee. The effective date of any such division or modification shall be the first day of the year following the approval of the Board of Governors. The Membership committee shall present to the Board of Governors the received list of fully-completed meeting site proposals that satisfy the minimum meeting site criteria and the review of the Business Manager and Finance Committee. Complete proposal(s) for meeting location changes shall be submitted to the Membership committee no later than the last regularly scheduled business meeting of the calendar year prior to the year the meeting location will be voted on. The Membership committee shall make available proposal forms and information based on the meeting

location procedures in the Regional Membership Directors' Manual.

Charity Committee

The members appointed to and comprising this committee shall be approved by the Board of Governors annually and shall work under the guidance of the Director of Charity to promote the goodwill of NCCC through fund raising for such charity projects as directed by the Board of Governors.

Convention Steering Committee

The Convention Steering Committee shall be chaired by the Convention Steering Advisor, and comprised of the following members: Business Manager, Director of Sponsorship (consulting member(s)), Directors of Convention, and Convention Treasurer are automatically appointed. A minimum of three other NCCC members in good standing to be appointed by the President with recommendations of the Executive Board and approval of the Board of Governors. It is recommended that the prior year's Director of Convention be one of these three. The purpose of this committee is to: aid the host organization in formalizing plans and activities for the annual convention; act as a liaison between the host organization and the Executive Board; review all proposed contracts, budget, convention schedule, and monitor any recommendations. The Convention Policy and  rocedure Manual shall be annually reviewed and updated by the Convention Steering Committee. The manual needs to be read and reviewed by an organization interested in submitting a bid to host the annual convention.

Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee shall be appointed by the Executive Board, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors. The Nominating Committee shall present a list of names for the NCCC offices to the Board of Governors as suggested nominees. Any of the suggested nominees may be placed in nomination from the floor of the Board of Governors.

By-Laws Committee

The By-Laws committee shall chaired by the Parliamentarian and will be comprised of selected members of the Regional Executive committee.

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Finance Committee

The Finance committee shall be comprised of a minimum of one Regional Executive (elected by the Regional Executives from their number), one Regional Membership Director (elected by the Regional Membership committee from their number), the current NCCC Business Manager, the immediate past NCCC Treasurer (to serve one year immediately after term as NCCC Treasurer has expired), the Distribution Center Manager, the Director of Sponsorship, the Charity Committee Treasurer, one individual who will be selected by the Treasurer, and the current NCCC Treasurer, who shall chair the committee. The Finance committee shall be charged with reviewing all budget and finance related matters affecting NCCC. Any budget or finance related matter initiated by this group, the Executive Board or the membership of NCCC shall (1) be shared concurrently with the Regional Executives (2) be evaluated by the Finance committee and (3) result in a written recommendation for action which is fully documented and that has been shared with the Regional Executives prior to submission to the Board of Governors for approval.

Teller Committee

A Teller Committee shall consist of 4 RE's, and 4 RMD's, from members appointed by their committees, and 4 additional NCCC members appointed by the Executive Board, all subject to the approval of the Board of Governors at the meeting prior to the elections. No candidate for office may be a member of this committee. The committee shall count all ballots cast for office, for convention bids, and for proposals to amend these bylaws. The NCCC Secretary shall collect the unopened ballots, verify their validity, and tally the club participation as indicated on the outer envelopes. The committee shall remove the ballots from the sealed envelopes, delivered by the NCCC Secretary, tally the votes cast and report the results to the board of Governors.

SECTION 4. Special Committees. The Executive Board may, at any time, appoint other committees on other subjects for which there are no standing committees.

SECTION 5. Committee Quorum. Two-thirds of the members of any committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

ARTICLE XII

Dissolution

SECTION 1. Property. If, for any reason, this Corporation is disbanded or dissolved, any property held in the corporate name, shall be liquidated and turned into cash in accordance with the decisions made by the then Primary members. After all Corporation liabilities have been paid, the remaining cash shall be donated to a nonprofit charitable organization chosen by the Primary members of the organization.

SECTION 2. Dissolution. Dissolution of the Corporation shall be made in accordance with all applicable Federal and State of Michigan laws, (IRS Section 50L (c) (3) or any amendments thereto).

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ARTICLE XIII

Official Emblem

SECTION 1. Official Emblem. The official emblem of the organization shall be:

SECTION 2. Logo. The emblem of the Corporation shall always contain thereon the inscription "National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc." or "NCCC".

ARTICLE XIV

Parliamentary Authority

The rules contained in the current edition of Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised shall govern the

proceedings of NCCC in all cases not provided for in these By-Laws.

ARTICLE XV

Amendments

SECTION 1. Amendments. These By-Laws may be amended, repealed, or altered in whole, or in part, by the Board of Governors. All motions to amend these By-Laws shall first be submitted to the By-Laws committee as established in Article XI not later than the annual meeting, and shall be read and ordered by the President to lie on the table for at least one month. The Board of Governors shall vote thereon at the last regularly scheduled meeting of the calendar year. Voting shall be per NCCC ballot procedure. A two-thirds vote of written ballots received shall be necessary to pass any such motion for amendment.

SECTION 2. Advance Notice. Each member of the Board of Governors shall be advised of the proposed amendment not less than twenty-one days in advance of the meeting at which such vote will take place.

SECTION 3. NCCC Ballot Procedure. Only a sealed absentee ballot, contained in an envelope affixed

with the Club's seal or club Governor's signature, postmarked by the date as specified by the NCCC Secretary, shall be valid on matters requiring written ballots.

SECTION 4: Tie Breaking Procedure: Only a governor in attendance, a representative from the governor's club, or the holder of a written proxy, affixed with the club governor's signature, shall be eligible to vote to break a tie resulting from the balloted election of an officer, meeting site selection, or convention bid selection.

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ARTICLE XVI

Waiver of Notice Whenever any notice is required to be given to any member or governor of the Corporation under the provisions of these By-Laws or under any provision of the Articles of Incorporation or under any other provision of law, a waiver thereof in writing, signed by the person or persons entitled to such notice, whether before or after the time stated therein, shall be deemed equivalent to the giving of such notice.

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STANDING RULES POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

CONTENTS

AWARDS **************************************************** 2

BLUE BARS ************************************************** 2

CHARITY **************************************************** 2

CONVENTION ************************************************ 2

FINANCIAL MATTERS **************************************** 3

GOVERNORS MEETINGS ************************************** 4

MEMBERSHIP ************************************************ 4

COMPETITION ************************************************ 4

MISCELLANEOUS ********************************************* 5

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STANDING RULES POLICIES AND PROCEDURES of the NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CORVETTE CLUBS INC. (Revised 11/10/2007)

AWARDS

1. A traveling award will be presented to the outstanding club(s) in the council each year as determined by the President. At the end of the year the award will be surrendered to the Executive Board and the club(s) shall receive a memento of the award. [August, 1983]

2. National awards will be presented on a percentage basis with a minimum of 3 per Region. [September, 1969]

3. NCCC will provide each outgoing officer with a token of appreciation. [September, 1970]

4. Regional trophies will be given out in the Regions rather than at convention. [September, 1975]

5. NCCC will give cash to each individual Region for Regional awards to distribute as they see fit. [November, 1976]

6. VP of Competition will have the authority to purchase the highest quality of trophies from the amount budgeted for national awards. [May, 1984]

7. NCCC will buy jacket patches for Regional and National champions.[January, 1970]

BLUE BARS

1. The Treasurer's report will not be published in Blue Bars, instead, the report will be sent to the governors. [May 2007]

2. Advertising will be allowed in Blue Bars. Rates to be determined by Dir. of Publications. [revised July, 1992]

3. In future years Blue Bars shall be published quarterly consisting of a Winter issue, a Spring issue, a Summer issue and a Convention issue, [September, 1987]

CHARITY

1. Roger Clancy Humanitarian award to be given out to member for outstanding charity work. [November, 1979]

2. NCCC Charity Committee will retain a reasonable amount of money (based on the previous year's cost of car(s)) to be placed in an interest bearing account. These funds will be used to purchase the give away car(s) for the next year. In the event a raffle would not be held, the money would be given to the charity involved. [revised November, 1999]

3. The Board of Governors shall approve all designated charities.[May 2007]

4. NCCC shall establish the Grants Program. [May, 1990]

CONVENTION

1. The annual Travel Trophy (given to the club who travels the greatest distance to the convention) is a permanent award. [January, 1968]

2. The annual Attendance Trophy (given to the club who has the most members in attendance at the convention) is a permanent trophy. [January, 1968]

3. NCCC shall reimburse the Convention for the convention package, banquet tickets, and a standard room for up to seven (7) nights (if not comp'ed by the hotel) for the Executive Board, the Appointed Officers, their spouse and minor children, and official invited guests. [November, 2000]

4. All Convention monies will be handled by a Convention Treasurer rather than the convention host.[November, 1975]

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FINANCIAL MATTERS

1. NCCC cannot donate funds to individual clubs for their events. [January, 1965]

2. The elected and appointed officers will receive $50 for incidental expenses when in attendance at each Governor's' meeting, excluding the convention meeting. The appropriate Convention Treasury shall be debited for the expenses of the Directors of Convention and the Convention Treasurer [Nov, 1998]

3. All dues should be paid by club check, cashier's check or money order. [September, 1991]

4. Reimbursement of an amount equal to the current IRS rate per mile, one way, per Governor's meeting, excluding the convention meeting, will be given to each Regional officer (RE,RCD,RMD) and to the elected and appointed officers, provided they attend scheduled committee meetings and the Governor's meeting. If a Proxy Officer is sent, reimbursement for mileage will be based on the travel mileage for the Proxy. The appropriate Convention Treasury shall be debited for the reimbursements to the Directors of Convention and a Convention Treasurer. [revised November, 1999]

5. If a replacement is sent when a Regional officer cannot attend, reimbursement for mileage will be determined on an individual basis by the Board of Governors. [May, 1981]

6. The Convention Treasurers, and Charity Treasurer, are included in the bonding of officers. [November 2002]

7. As of 1/1/74 all NCCC National officers will be bonded. [November, 1973]

8. The Executive Board can authorize off-budget expenditures of up to $1000 without approval of the Board of Governors. [revised November, 1993]

9. The dues for NCCC are set at $35.00 for new members, $25.00 for renewals and $10.00 for spouse/companion and dependents. These dues are set as of 09/01/2004. The Vice President of Membership must receive all renewal memberships as of the date stated in the By-laws, Article VI, Section 2. All members will be considered new and subject to the new member rate after the date as stated in the By-laws Article VI, Section 2. [Revised November, 2004]

10. Any financially oriented matter needs to be submitted, in writing including a copy for each member of the Financial Committee, to the NCCC treasurer 30 days prior to the NCCC governor's meeting date. Please reference current Standing Rule, etc. that is in question and the recommendation and/or proposal for new procedure as it would apply. You must state in this correspondence if the governor or club proxy wishes to address the Finance Committee at its next meeting.[May 2007]

11. The proceeds from the 50/50 raffle shall be given to the Grants Program effective September 15, 1990. [July, 1990]

12. The NCCC and Charity Committee Treasurers shall annually submit to the Board of Governors, separate and consolidated end of year financial reports containing revenue and expense details. The reports will be due at the first Governor's meeting of the following calendar year.[May 2007]

13. The Finance Committee will present the annual revenue and expense projections for the upcoming fiscal year for approval by the Board of Governors. The budget will be approved or disapproved in whole no later than the last Governors Meeting of the calendar year. If not approved, the budget would default to the preceding budget.[May 2007]

14. The Executive Board shall have the Treasurer’s accounts – General Operating, Grants and Scholarships and annual convention accounts audited annually by a CPA Firm based on Agreed upon Procedures per the Statement on Auditing Standards. A report shall be presented to the board of Governors.[May 2007]

15. The President's Awards budget should include monies for, but not necessarily limited to, the following awards: 1) The President's Award 2) The Don Hoskins Award and 3) The Past President's Award. These awards should be presented at the NCCC National Awards Banquet, if given. [Nov, 2003]

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16. The Charity raffle accounts shall be audited annually by a special committee appointed by the Executive Committee per Article 11 Section 4, for this purpose.[May 2007]

GOVERNORS MEETINGS

1. The NCCC Secretary will send out the minutes of the governor's meetings to all member clubs. [November, 1965]

2. NCCC will provide a hospitality room for the governors and guests on Saturday night, with refreshments and snacks.[May 2007]

3. A governor's weekend will consist of the Saturday on which the meeting is held as well as the immediate preceding Friday and following Sunday. [July, 1970]

4. NCCC will purchase a recorder with sufficient capacity for 7 regularly scheduled meetings. A backlog of one year's meeting proceedings shall be kept on record by the Secretary and brought to each meeting.[May 2007]

5. A time limit of 15 minutes will be imposed on all presentations. [May, 2007]

6. A Regional Executive may split proxy votes if so directed by clubs submitting the proxies. [September, 1982]

7. NCCC pays for the beer and soda at the Saturday night party. [May, 1975]

MEMBERSHIP

1. One handbook, including By-Laws, will be given to all National and Regional officers, club governors, and new Primary members. All renew Primary members can send in a coupon requesting the handbook, including the By-Laws, and Standing Rules to the National Distribution Center by May 1 when applicable. The coupon will be in the membership packet. If the coupon is not received by the deadline, a $7.00 fee will be charged for the handbook, including By-Laws, to cover the cost of the book and postage. In years where only the By-Laws and Standing rules are revised, a $3.00 fee will be charged.

2. Patches will be distributed to new first time NCCC members only. [March, 1981]

3. Lifetime membership dues will be a one-time fee of $300.00 for a current member. The NCCC number for lifetime members will be the person's NCCC number plus "LM" at the end. All lifetime members are primary members, [Nov, 2003]

4. Lifetime Members receive a certificate indicating lifetime status and an NCCC patch with a gold background. [November, 1981]

5. Lifetime Members will be issued a permanent membership card for NCCC purposes.

6. New member dues received after September 1st shall be automatically renewed for the following year. [September, 1984]

7. The VP-Membership will assign club numbers and the RMD's, VP-Membership and the Assistant to the VP-Membership will assign individual numbers. [revised September, 1994]

8. Future Corvette Owners Association (FCOA) will be the official junior organization of NCCC. This membership is available to children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews of NCCC members ages birth to 16. [revised May,,1997]

9. The National Distribution Center will handle the distribution of Membership material. [July, 1992]

10. A spouse/companion and dependent members must have the same mailing address as the primary member.[May 2007]

COMPETITION

1. VP Competition will keep a log of minutes from the competition meeting as well as those decisions made in the Regions. (September, 1982)

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 2. Once a competition rulebook has been approved by the Board of Governors, the VP of Competition will publish an accumulative listing of all approved rulebook clarifications, until the competition rulebook is revised.[May 2007]

MISCELLANEOUS

1. NCCC will purchase name tags for officers to be worn at all functions. [March, 1969]

2. The official NCCC mascot is VETTE, a dolphin from Marineland. [September, 1969]

3. A charge of $250.00 minimum over and above the cost of labels and postage will be assessed to

persons wishing to have materials mailed to our members using our mailing list. [November, 2003]

4. NCCC will retain 100% control of our Logo on merchandise, [March, 1979]

5. If a club does not meet the requirement of being represented either in person or by proxy at 3 of the 5 governor's meetings each year, the club must rejoin as a new club and pay the increased dues. [January, 1985)

6. Outgoing NCCC officers will pass on materials, records, etc to incoming officers. [July, 1968]

7. Beginning with 1986, the National Council logo is recommended on all flyers, promotional literature, advertisements, etc. for events and activities covered by NCCC insurance. [April, 1985]

8. An 800 # will be used to promote NCCC marketing and the charity program. [revised February, 1992]