We have a long and proud history with many dedicated members. Over the years they have worked very hard to make the TCA the great organization it is today. As outlined in the TCA bylaws, "The purpose of the TCA shall be the promotion of Corvette enthusiasm, planned road trips, social gatherings, support of local charities and the promotion of driving safety on the public highways.
The TCA was co-founded by Air Force members Craig L. Main and William H. Clower in 1979. They discussed the formation of an organization in San Antonio which would cater to the needs of Corvette owners. Together they designed the flyers which they distributed to friends. They thought that when they were stationed elsewhere that the group might fade...but they were determined to offer services to the Corvette owners of our city. They did well, and the original bylaws bear a striking resemblance to the ones we are using today.
There were eight members at the first meeting in Landa Park in New Braunfels. Also, in 1979, the TCA had a run to Wimberley and the Pioneer District near San Marcos which attracted 47 cars and had a convoy three miles long. People followed them on the road, crossed the median to join them, drove ahead to get a vantage point on the next bridge, and caused a traffic jam at San Marcos.
The club, over the years, has had many outstanding events that have encouraged Corvette enthusiasm and fun among our members. Here are our presidents: