The National Corvette Museum, along with community leaders, Holley Performance Products and the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, celebrated the grand opening of the Holley Control Tower and Winding Road Racing Shop at the NCM Motorsports Park today with a ribbon cutting and facility tours.
The Holley Control Tower's nearly 15,000 square feet
Today, officials from the Bowling Green Area Economic Development Authority, the City of Bowling Green and Warren County, along with members of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce and the Inter-modal Transportation Authority, celebrated the completion of Speculative Building VI at the Kentucky Transpark with a ribbon cutting.
General Motors announced today that it will invest $290 million into the Bowling Green Assembly plant. The project will help employees continue improving build quality of the iconic Corvette and give the company greater manufacturing flexibility. This investment together with the technology and manufacturing process improvements made by 2015’s paint
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