More than 30 Mohave County Corvette enthusiasts revved up their appetite Wednesday afternoon for a gathering at Mudshark Brewery.

The Colorado River Corvette Club, which hosts members from Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City and Kingman, met at Mudshark’s new Aviation Boulevard restaurant for its “Taste of the Town” meeting – one of 60 events held by the club each year. The club was gathered by Havasu resident Jackie Hanson, a supporter of the new business, according to club president Greg Attl.

“We have 140 members and we’re very active,” Attl said Wednesday. “We thought we’d come here and have a good time. We all love this great American sports car, and we all retired here … we love the way it feels, travels and runs. We all like the car, and it brought us all together.”

Mudshark Brewery’s Aviation Boulevard restaurant has been a successful venture, according to manager Tyrel Jackson, after its opening this January. The location also operates as a brewery for Mudshark beers served at the business’s Swanson Boulevard address, and throughout Arizona.

Havasu residents who would like to find out more about the club, or to join, can visit for more information.


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"Cruise, food and booze"? Booze?, it must be the non-intoxicating type?, right cruisers?[smile]

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