Welcome to Down the Road Corvettes (DtRC). We bring together local Corvette owners for social events.

Attention DtRC members: Be sure and check out the new "Members Only" area of the site. If you don't have your password just request it when you enter the Members Only area.

The date has been set for the next DtRC car show. Online registration is now open! Although this is a FREE car show we request that you register so we can plan appropriately. Everyone who registers online will be entered into a raffle to win a raffle ticket from the Corvette Museum for a 2017 C7 Corvette.

Click here to register online.

The toy run run was a HUGE success. DtRC raised well over $1,700 for the cause and through other toy donations we were able to donate close to $3,000 in toys.

Go to here to get to our facebook page and see some photos.

Below are just a few of the people / organizations who donated to this cause.


A board meeting was held on June 15th at 7:00 PM. The minutes for the meeting are in the Members Only area of this site.


David Burritt, President of DtRC


Founded in 1999 we currently put on a variety of events for the enjoyment of the DtRC club members, with the hope that all of our friends from neighboring corvette clubs will come and join us for all the fun. The public, corvette owners and non-corvette owners alike of course are always welcome at the DtRC's Events.

The last couple of months have been a challenging time for the club. However, the issues are in the process of being resolved and the club is healing from all the turmoil.

Our next meeting is 07/27/2017 at 4:30 PM with dinner to follow at White Fence Farms. We meet at Emich Shoveler on the 2nd floor. Emich Shoveler is located at 2330 S. Wadsworth Blvd. in Lakewood, Colorado.



Checks were presented to the Wounded Warriors Impacting Neighbors and Joshua Station organizations at the March 2013 meeting. We are proud to support both of them.

James Lockard accepted the check for the Wounded Warriors Impacting Neighbor who help our wounded soldiers gain appropriate and sustainable employment. Read more about them at www.wwin4warriors.com

Rhiannon Smith and Penny Salazar Phillips accepting the check on behalf of Joshua Station in helping families make the transition to a healthy and stable living environment. Find out more at www.joshuastation.com

Praise View High School honored DtRC for our support of them during their previous home coming events.
All DtRC participants were presented with a personalized plaque during one of their prep rallys.

Come join us for friends and fun!