General Motors Bowling Green Assembly and National Corvette Museum Tour
This event has been cancelled due to GM proprietary issues during a plant transition. The plant will be closed for all tours for the week of February 14. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you had already signed up for the tour, you will receive a notification when your refund has been processed.
DateThursday, February 18, 2016
Time 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

TMS2016 attendees and their guests are invited to participate in this one-day tour of the facility where the Chevrolet Corvette is assembled in Bowling Green, Kentucky, 70 miles northeast of Nashville, followed by a private tour of the Body Shop and a visit to the National Corvette Museum. The cost of the tour includes transportation to and from the assembly plant and a light lunch. The tour will depart from the Music City Center.

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General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Tour
Watch the fascinating assembly process of one of America's favorite sports cars, the Chevrolet Corvette, on a one-mile walking tour. Witness an engineering marvel as the chassis and body come together in "marriage" and brand new Corvettes roll off the assembly line. The GM site consists of 212 acres, and the plant has one million square feet –equivalent to 22 acres or 17 football fields, under roof.

Private Body Shop Tour
TMS2016 attendees will be taken on an exclusive tour of the plant's new $52 million body shop where the aluminum frames for the Corvette are manufactured. This guided tour of the plant, tailored specifically to the interests of TMS attendees, will include an explanation of the body shop processes.

National Corvette Museum
The Museum features more than 80 Corvettes in period-specific settings, including mint classics, one-of-a-kind prototypes, and modern-day wonders of engineering and design. Test your knowledge at interactive trivia kiosks, and don’t miss the chance to try a Corvette on for size in the lobby where a 2015 Stingray waits for you. It will also feature a new exhibit, Corvette Cave-In: The Skydome Sinkhole Experience, which tells the story of the 2014 sinkhole that swallowed eight Corvettes and allows you to experience the cave-in.

Please note that a maximum of 45 participants will be allowed to participate in the tour. Tour will be cancelled if there is not adequate interest.

What to Wear / What NOT to Bring:
For safety reasons, no crutches or walking assists are allowed at the plant. Wheelchairs are available at no charge. All visitors are required to wear closed-toe and closed-heel shoes (no spike heels or sandals). No cameras, backpacks, purses, fanny packs or other containers may be brought into the plant except by special request (for medical reasons, etc.) Also, all electronic devices such as cell phones, tablets, or walkie-talkies are not allowed in the facility. These items must be left in your car. There are no holding facilities onsite for guests’ personal belongings.

Due to safety regulations within the plant, small infants/children in strollers, along with all children under the age of seven will not be allowed to tour the facility. The minimum tour age will increase to 10 beginning January, 2016.

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