America’s Sports Car… an exciting legend produced only in Bowling Green, Kentucky! This museum features over 80 Corvettes in periodic settings, including mint classics, one-of-a-kind prototypes and modern-day wonders of engineering and design.
GM began production of the esteemed Corvette in Bowling Green in 1981 and this facility has remained the exclusive home of the Corvette for over 30 years. This is where the awards banquet will be on April 3rd.
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Welcome to Western Kentucky University, Home of the Hilltoppers.
Here students experience hands-on learning in our highly-ranked, nationally-recognized programs and lead active, engaged lives.
WKU’s civil engineering program is home to 160 students who strive for excellence and houses an ASCE student chapter that was just awarded a Ridgeway Finalist and ranked top five in the world! This program is also home to our concrete canoe that placed 5th in nationals this past year. Please feel free to look around and explore our facility while you are here.
Click on the button below to be taken to a map of our campus. The engineering building where we will be hosting the competitions on the first day is number 71.
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Basil Griffin Park is an 111-acre park that also features a 33-acre lake. This is the venue for our concrete canoe races as well as display and a few of our side competitions. On day of competition if you need help finding the site for a side competition then please find one of our volunteers and they will direct you in the right direction.
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