Lewandowskis Join Acre Club

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Scott and Mary Anne Lewandowski

Mary Anne and Scott Lewandowski pictured with Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode, and Museum Chairman Leslie Gardner.

For Scott and Mary Anne Lewandowski of Ephrata, PA, joining the Acre Club at the NCM Motorsports Park was just another way they could show their support of the National Corvette Museum. Both individual lifetime members since before a physical Museum even existed (Scott is #225 since 1989 and Mary Anne is #226 since 1991), the couple have continued to support the Museum ever since.

“We’ve always really enjoyed the NCM and wanted to do anything we could to promote its well being,” said the couple.

While two of their cars bear the Corvette name, a 1980 with less than 4,000 miles and a 2001 Convertible, the Lewandowskis have never had the pleasure (or thrill) of experiencing high performance driving at the track. “Our work schedules haven’t allowed us to participate yet, but we hope to in the future.”

Only six acres remain available for sponsorship through the Acre Program – a campaign that was created to help the National Corvette Museum, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit foundation, purchase the acreage for the NCM Motorsports Park. Acres can be sponsored for a tax deductible contribution of $15,000. Donors will be listed on a special, permanent engraved wall at the Park. The opportunity to participate ends December 31, 2016 and the wall will be erected in 2017. To inquire about an acre please contact Connie Russell at 270-467-8815 or email connie@corvettemuseum.org.

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