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There are many ways to participate as a CCI member.  Listed below are just a few.  

If you are interesting in learning more about CCI, send us an email by clicking here,

or just stop by one of our events.


Competition:  


CCI members have the opportunity to participate in events that challenge their

racing prowess and automotive dexterity.


CCI regularly hosts weekend autocross events at the Iowa Speedway, Ankeny Regional Airport,      

Chariton Airport and other fun weekend events.


The NCCC West Region serves up a full slate of drag and autocross events

throughout the Midwest.  


Meetings:


CCI's general meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at different

locations throughout greater Des Moines.  The location of the monthly meeting is

listed on the home page in the events section.  Check out the Newsletter site for

more details.


Community Involvement:


It's no surprise to find CCI Vettes in parades or on a race track, but did you know

that we are also passionate about helping our communities?


CCI proudly helps raise funds for Adopt A Star, Toys for Tots, Scholarships and other

charitable needs that improve the quality of life for citizens of the great state of Iowa.


Good Times, Great Friends:


CCI members share a common bond in their love of Vettes.  That may be the initial

reason why people are attracted to the club.  The reason why they stay as members

is because of friendships that are formed during cruises, parades, progressive dinners,

charity events and just good conversation.


Last Updated: 1/16/2017