Folks, it’s now official. The National Corvette Museum will be preserving the sinkhole that continues to keep people flocking to the Kentucky facility in droves just to see the darn thing.
Apparently, the Museum board decided on Wednesday to leave the sinkhole partially open, but they aren’t saying it will remain a permanent fixture.
It really shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the museum’s attendance has jumped 50 percent from a year ago since the natural catastrophe swallowed those eight Corvettes. The facility has also had an increase in memberships, and has started selling sinkhole T-shirts and other memorabilia.
In fact, a few weeks ago, the NCM said it has had the biggest surge it’s seen in the 20-year history of the exhibit.
Source [USA Today]