The National Corvette Museum has announced it will be offering free admission for any law enforcement personnel during the dates of January 9th-11th. Law Enforcement Appreciation day officially lands on January 9th, but the museum has extended the appreciated through the weekend.
The free admission also extends to retired law enforcement and their accompanying family members. The Corvette museum’s store and cafe will further offer up a 10% discount as a thank you for the services they provide in their communities. The museum simply asks for proof of service to take advantage of the appreciation deals.
“Law enforcement officers play an important role in our community, and often it is a thankless job,” said Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode. “These men and women serve as guardians of our way of life. We would love the opportunity to personally thank them for their service and show them that the staff and members of the National Corvette Museum support and appreciate them… law enforcement organizations may also request free admission passes for their staff, which will be valid for a longer period of time. We realize that not everyone can visit this weekend, so we are also offering family admission passes, which can be mailed for use at a later date,” added Strode.
It’s a small nod to the appreciation communities and businesses like the Corvette Museum have for local authorities. For those interested in requesting a family pass, simply contact the museum via email, [email protected]