The Brazos River Corvette Club was organized in 2003 in the small community of Granbury, Texas, located 45 miles southwest of Fort Worth. The club gets it name from the Brazos River that runs from North Texas through Granbury and down to the Gulf of Mexico.
Like the community, the founding BRCC members were a small group, made up of six members who met at a typical hamburger joint on the main road running through town. The town has grown considerably during the last four years and so has the Brazos River Corvette Club. From the initial membership of six, the club has grown to over 50 members. Since that beginning, by-laws have been adopted, official club shirts have been made, and officers and committee chairmen now number over a dozen including NCM Master Ambassadors and a NCCC Governor. The Brazos River Corvette Club is a not for profit social club.
Normal club activities are strong social functions, cruises and get-togethers. We have two major functions at present, the first being our annual Corvette track day at the Motorsport Ranch facility in nearby Cresson. This event includes members and is open on a limited first come basis to other individuals who want to spend a day at the track learning what their car will do. Our premier event is our annual car show held on the Historic Square in Granbury, outside of being fun for all who attend it is an event where we can raise money for a chosen charity.