Hooked On Driving to Present National Corvette Museum Benefit Performance Driving Event in Chicago

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On October 4, 2010 at Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois, drivers from across the Midwest and beyond will have the opportunity to participate in Hooked On Driving's National Corvette Museum (NCM) benefit performance driving event, open to all whether they own a Corvette or not. This event appeals to all licensed drivers 16 and older who'd like to learn performance driving techniques and have the time of their lives while driving their car in a controlled environment under the guidance of an experienced driving coach.

We're not a 'racing school', we're a performance driving experience.

On October 4, at Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois, driving enthusiasts from across the Midwest and beyond will have the opportunity to participate in Hooked On Driving's National Corvette Museum (NCM) benefit event, which is open to all licensed drivers whether they own a Corvette or not.

Hooked on Driving, America's premier performance driving program, runs on-track events where drivers experience their own car in a raceway setting and offers up high-performance driver education in a controlled but friendly non-competitive environment.

"We're not a 'racing school', we're a performance driving experience." said Rob Schermerhorn, Hooked on Driving's Director of Great Lakes Region, who has coached over 10,000 drivers in performance driving and safe driver skills. "If you're comfortable with and enjoy a back-country winding-road drive, you'll love a day with us!"

Registrations for Hooked on Driving's NCM benefit event at Autobahn Country Club on Monday, October 4, are $295 and on sale now. Register online at http://www.hookedondriving.com/hooked-on-driving-events. Space is limited.

Performance driving is one of the fastest growing recreational activities in the country.

For further information regarding the Hooked on Driving Great Lakes Region, please contact Rob Schermerhorn at 847-380-9508 or email robs(at)hookedondriving(dot)com.

For more information about Hooked on Driving, visit http://www.hookedondriving.com, or follow the Twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/gothooked

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Media interested in attending this program are encouraged to make contact as soon as possible.

About Hooked on Driving (HOD):
Founded as a performance driving program with a national growth goal, HOD operates conservatively run on-track events where drivers experience their own cars on road courses across the country. With no focus toward competition, the events goals are directed to safe and smooth driving at a level faster than would be appropriate on public highways, while offering a great customer experience as well. Providing coaches for beginners and a controlled but friendly environment, Hooked On Driving has grown rapidly from its start in Northern California in 2004. HOD has two other major U.S. operations. One covering the Northeastern U.S., and Florida / Southern Georgia.

Media Contact:
Rob Schermerhorn, Hooked on Driving
847-380-9508 (work)
robs(at)hookedondriving(dot)com

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