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From: GM Corvette Assembly Plant Communications


We are pleased to advise you that group tours of the Corvette Assembly Plant
will be available beginning Monday, January 7, 2002. Please note that tours
are
available on a reservations only basis at this time and only for groups.
Public
tours, which were previously available at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. CT, are still
suspended. Information about how to book a group tour and guidelines
pertaining
to our tours follow.



Corvette Plant Group Tour Procedures


· Groups must make reservations in advance by calling 270-745-8287.


· The group coordinator must fax a copy of his/her driver?s license (or
other
picture I.D.) to 270-745-8024 prior to the day of the tour.


· The group coordinator must also fax a list of the names of all people
who
will be a part of the tour group.


· Children must be seven years of age or older.


· All visitors must wear closed toe shoes.


· All guests must sign in at the Tour Room and watch the plant safety
video
prior to the plant tour.


· No backpacks, purses, packages, fanny packs or other containers may be
brought into the facility except by special request (for medical reasons,
etc.).
Any exceptions are subject to search. No weapons of any kind including buck
knives, etc., are to be brought into the facility.


· Tours will be scheduled Monday through Friday during regular production
only at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12 noon based on the availability of tour
staff.


· Tours for school groups are available for fourth graders and up.
 

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BrianK said:
The 'no knives' thing on the planes is absurd too. If more people had real knives on the flights, there would not be any chance of someone using an edged weapon to do anything. Want a safe flight? Give every adult a pocket knife and a bandaid when they board (the bandaid is for the idiots who will cut themselves while playing with it).
The whole deal with no knives on planes is just to make passengers feel safe since they look like they are doing something. I even had to give up a pair of fingernail cutters once before I could get on. pluueeze.

Of course they let people get on with whole wine bottles, paperweights, canes, blah blah blah
 

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IceSabre said:


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Of course they let people get on with whole wine bottles, paperweights, canes, blah blah blah
Safety is, apparently, only a public perception on airplanes.:eek:
 

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I didn't read where visitors had to be human - how about bringing a pet puma or pit bull? It's for self-defense :D
 

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Manatee said:
I didn't read where visitors had to be human - how about bringing a pet puma or pit bull? It's for self-defense :D
heh heh
In the notice:
· All visitors must wear closed toe shoes.

Base covered :lol:
 

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No mention of explosive shoes ....

Seriously, If you had a bunch of strangers going through your house for tours, wouldn't you be just alittle nervous??

I can see no knive period on airplanes, but finger nail clippers is a bit too far IMO.

Remember, all it takes is one maniac with a knife and things will change, gaurenteed !!
 
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