About Us

History Of The Club
Local Corvette owners came together in July 2008 to form the 3 Rivers Corvette Club (3RCC) in the Tri-Cities of Washington; the first meeting was held July 28, 2008.  Our club has grown progressively with over 60 family memberships in the greater Tri-Cities area (Richland, Pasco, Kennewick, West Richland, and Burbank) as well as in surrounding Washington state areas and areas in northern Oregon.
Our club members attend events locally and throughout the Pacific Northwest, and we organize and promote Show N Shines, driving events, technical information events, community service events, and social events for the enjoyment of our members and others passionate about the Corvette.  We also support charitable causes and provide community services to help others.
3RCC, in conjunction with McCurley Integrity Auto Dealerships, organizes the annual Corvettes on the Columbia event to showcase Corvettes and the passion of their owners.  This event also supports and raises funds for local charities.  We are all about Corvettes and having fun so come join us.
McCurley Integrity Auto Dealerships proudly sponsors the 3 Rivers Corvette Club.  We share a very special  relationship that supports the objectives and interests of both organizations.  In addition, we work closely with the McCurley organization to organize our annual Corvette show, Corvettes on the Columbia, to raise funds for local charities.  Thank you McCurley Integrity Auto Dealerships.

To become a member of the 3 Rivers Corvette Club you must:

  • Be (or within the last 2 years) a registered owner of a Corvette
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Possess a valid drivers license

If you meet the above criteria – download and fill out the Registration Application here (Member Application) and bring it to a monthly meeting or send it to: 3 Rivers Corvette Club 8516 Tucker Ct Pasco, WA  99301 Membership dues are $40.00 annually for a family unit and are prorated.  Membership renewal is January of each year.  For a complete list of club bylaws, contact a 3RCC officer.