Hey ya Nuggetiers it’s me in my many hats; exhausted mommy, adoring-patient-accommodating wife, CNIC (Chief Nugget in Charge) and as of last Friday “Your Baltimore Area Chevy Girl” let me tell you…it is good to be a Chevy Girl.
I discovered this upon becoming one myself… last Friday at WBAL TV studios, high atop TV hill in Baltimore…at my “Chevy Girl Immersion”, as it were. Now, for many folks just being on television would have sealed the deal (and very nearly did for me, accept for the whole camera adding 20 pounds thing)…but wait! There’s MORE!
When you’re a Chevy Girl…
**You can pretend like you don’t own a 2003 Hyundai for a month (I love me an excuse to be delusional).
**You have your very own On-Star fairy. Folks, trust me. When you generally have trouble navigating out of your own neighborhood, having a disembodied voice on your side is a huge plus. (And I’ve found that it freaks the kids out less if you name her…just sayin’.)
**You get to name your Traverse, too. Mine is Nevil. He’s terribly charming.
Meet Nevil. We’re currently in talks to get him a “drive on” in the new Bond movie. He’s THAT charming…
**You have insanely FUNCTIONAL cup holders! Finally, engineers are paying attention to the IMPORTANT parts of design. And with the Traverse, man, did they hit a homer. (What? I tell you, sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference!)
**Speaking of little things…USB port always available. That, Mr. Sheen, is WINNING. <—- did I just quote Charlie Sheen? Ugh that’s so two-and-a-half months ago
**Your husband finally thinks it’s cool that you’re a blogger. Epic.
** Your Traverse is essentially a mobile Mom Cave. (more on that later)
But, the most important reason it’s “Good to be a Chevy Girl”…… (insert drum roll here)
All the other Chevy Girls! From Baltimore to Philly, Dallas to Salt Lake and all over our great nation..
The Chevy Girls on the Go campaign is being sponsored by the Baltimore Area Chevy dealers. They are letting me test drive the Traverse for one month and providing me with gift cards for Girls on the Go missions as well as a camera to video tape my adventures. All opinions expressed are my own.