Welcome To the Western States Corvette Council
Welcome to the WSCC website and thank you for your interest in our organization. Often people ask us if WSCC is a Corvette Club, the answer is that we are a combination of clubs or often referred to as an “umbrella” organization. Clubs and their members make up the membership of WSCC which to date are 56 voting and non-voting Corvette clubs. Although our base is in N California, we have clubs from as far East as Colorado to the Pacific Southwest and Northwest including Alaska to the West. WSCC is also responsible for covering our “Council of Clubs” with general liability insurance, competitive driving event insurance and Directors and Officers insurance for the voting clubs under our umbrella. We also have a competition code, which governs the rules, regulations and organization of the various events that our clubs offer. WSCC enjoys a very good working relationship with General Motors and the National Corvette Museum. We have a seat on the Board of Directors of the National Corvette Museum along with the other two National Corvette Club organizations NCRS and NCCC.
In 1965 a group of people put together an idea that the West should have it’s own Council of Clubs and on July 2, 1965 in Colorado Springs, Colorado Western States Corvette Council (WSCC) was founded. WSCC was incorporated in 1968 in Sacramento, California and is a 501(c) (7) not for profit organization.
For 2017 we are starting a new era in our popular WSCC Conventions, we are now having convention every other year or as a biennial event. The location is also stationary as will be the date, which makes it much easier to plan on. Starting in 2017, the location will be Las Vegas Nevada in mid-October which is a great time of year in Las Vegas. As this will be our first of many in Las Vegas we are still working out the details for the 2017 WSCC Convention – Las Vegas, so check back soon for the latest information.
Please feel free to contact our Vice-President & Membership Director or me should your club be interested in joining the “Best in the West” of Corvette Clubs WSCC.
Buzz Marston, President WSCC