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LCCC 2003 through 2011.

First launched
October 2003

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LCCC and Your Privacy

In today's world of computers and databases, the protection of personal information we share with others is very important. The information you provide the LCCC helps us in our service to our Club's friends.

We do not share any membership information -
We do not sell or provide any of your personal information to anyone else - PERIOD!

Email Address -
We ask for your email address because as an Internet information-sharing Corvette Club we will need to periodically communicate directly with you. LCCC is opposed to spam and will only use your email address for urgent or emergency notifications, changes in plans, caravan specific details, special messages, or to respond to your email. All announcements related to LCCC activities are found in the Friends Area. So to keep up to date on what's happening with the LCCC, be sure to bookmark the LCCC Friends Area as one of your favorite Web sites.

Phone Number -
We ask for your phone number in case we need to get in touch with you about a Club related issue. While the Club officers may spend a lot of time on the phone talking to each other about Club issues and related business, we respect your time and privacy and promise to call you only if we need to speak with you on a Club issue, or if you request to be called.

Birthday -
We ask for your birthday to assure our members declare they are at least 21 years old. Before becoming a friend of LCCC, we need confirmation that you have reached legal age. In addition, as we travel around the the United States and Canada, after our day's travel we will occasionally be gathering at establishments serving alcoholic beverages. While the laws of the various States, Provinces and localities vary as to the age required to be served alcoholic beverages, in those areas where the service of alcoholic beverages are allowed, 21 years of age is recognized as having reached legal age.

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