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Convention and Event Registration overview!

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National Convention and Event sOnline Registration

For the first time, your National Convention registration can be done completely online. Go to https://www.ncrs.org/forums/register/event-subscription.php and select the National Convention.

You will be able to complete your Convention Registration, enter your car for judging or display, sign up for the Road Tour, volunteer to help out, and volunteer to judge, all from your computer.

If you have never established your NCRS login credentials by creating a Technical Discussion Board Login; you can go to https://www.ncrs.org/forums/register/reset-password.php to easily set up your Login credentials.

Do not wait until the last minute to set up your Login credentials as you will not be able to register online for the Convention until you have successfully completed this task!

February 1st will be the start of Convention registration for both through the mail and online.While we encourage as many members as possible to use the online system - neither system has an advantage in registering “earlier” than the other. A postmark on a registration mailed to Cincinnati counts exactly the same as the date that you complete and pay for an online registration. As always - the earlier you register for the National Convention- the less chance that you have for disappointment. Every year, we have disappointed members who waited until the last minute to register for a tour or have a Corvette judged, to find that it was sold out or they missed the deadlines.

Please read the description of events in the NCRS Driveline to get an idea of what onsite Convention events you and your family would like to register for. Gather your car’s Title/Registration and insurance information along with your Trim Tag information (if you are registering a Corvette for judging or display or if you are bringing a Corvette) before you go online. You can scan your Title, Registration and your insurance documents to files (jpg, tif, bmp, etc.) that you can upload from your computer if you have a scanner handy. If you can’t scan and send them “electronically”, photocopies of these documents will need to be mailed to Gary Mortimer in the NCRS Cincinnati office(as in the past).

While there are several pages of forms necessary for you to fill out to register for the Convention, we have strived to make it as easy as possible. Log in, and the system will fill in your name and address. Fill in the VIN for the Corvette(s) that you want to register, and the system will pull much of the other needed car information right out of the NCRS databases. Double check the information for accuracy and save each page when it is correct.

  • The first is your Personal Details Page which is pulled directly from our membership database. Check the details for accuracy and “save” the page if you make any changes.
  • The second is the Main Registration Page. Enter any family members and/or guests who will attend. Select from all of the events and enter the number attending. At the end of the page you must save your entries before proceeding. After you have saved the page, scroll back to the bottom and click on “Next”.
  • The third is the Car Judging Page for Corvettes to be judged or displayed. Skip over this page if you are not
    entering a car.
  • The fourth is the Road Tour Page. Use it to register for the Road Tour or skip it if you are not participating.
  • The fifth is the Youth Activities Page if you are bringing children ages 7 through 15 years of age.
  • The sixth is the Judging Page. Sign up with your preferences to Judge, Observer Judge, or Tabulate.
  • The seventh is the Volunteer Page which allows you to sign up to help with all of the work that makes a
    Convention a success.
  • The eighth is the Insurance Details Page for any Corvettes that are registered to participate in any type of
    NCRS Judging, displays, or the GM Proving Grounds Tour.
  • The ninth is a Summary Page for your records. A convenient “print” button will print it to your printer.
  • The last page is Payment Details. Pay by credit card, debit card, PayPal, or select check/money order to send your payment in by mail. Note - your registration is not processed until payment is received.

If you use the online system, an email will notify you that your registration was received, and you will be notified by US mail as your Convention registration, Road Tour registration, and any Corvette judging entries are accepted. If you use the US mail to mail in your registration: it will be handled as above without the email confirmation.

 
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