My Sweet Ride to Blissdom Canada with General Motors Canada

Fast and Furious on the Road to Blissdom Canada 

Love the way it looks in my driveway! 
The good people at GM Canada, get social media. Specifically that bloggers, twitter-folk and media mavens are a force to be reckoned with. Let’s be honest, I have a very small blog, but I have loyal followers and audience specific content they enjoy. I find my tweeps to be some of the most supportive people I know and my Facebook followers are a caring community. GM Canada recognized my presence and gave me a Chevy Orlando to drive to Blissdom Canada in 2010 and 2011. This is one of the most luxurious cars I have ever driven. With three children, space, comfort and safety are key characteristics when looking at a car. This vehicle had everything I am was looking for, with my family needs in mind.
Ready to Go! 

The girls loved the personal headphones. KT said that the creator of the car must have had kids, and knew that it was noisy in the car sometimes. It is that a small token of appreciation for my that made a big difference in our driving experience.  By making the kids enjoy the experience as much as I did driving the Chevy Orlando, my stress level during the trip. The middle row had cabin seats so both girls felt like they had their own space. Beckett took up most of the back row with his car seat, snacks, bubba’s and toys. He loved being able to watch the movie along with the girls. Driving to Toronto in the vehicle was a dream, it truly was one of the quietest 4.5 hr drives I have ever had. 

Room for all Mommy’s stuff 

There are several convienince features that made me love the Chevy Orlando even more. The first was the middle consel, there was enough space for my purse, iPhone, movies and other essentials for the drive. The second feature (that I am now purchasing) is the XFM radio. I had no idea the options out there as far as radio is concerned. Don’t get me wrong, I am a huge fan of Ottawa Radio. We have many excellent personalitiies that have make Ottawa radio a more personal experince. Once I hit Brockville on my drive, I no longer care what the announcer has to say, it does not mean anything to me. My favourite station on XFM is 20 on 20, awesome station. 

One other little perk from GM Canada, they dropped off the car at my home and picked it up. It really is the little things that make an experience like this over the top. 

***Disclaimer…GM Canada gave me this vehicle to drive, but the opinions are my own. Thank you Adria! Make sure to follow GM Canada on Twitter at @GMCanada. 

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