As many of you know, my mom
is obsessed with loves her Volt. So when she heard that we were planning a few neighborhood block parties for Volt owners we immediately called on Mom to see if she’d like to invite a few over last Saturday. She immediately agreed and her party was a hit! I asked Mom to give a brief rundown in her own words below:
We had the privilege of playing host to 22 Volts and their proud owners this past Saturday at our home in Pleasanton, California. A fun time was had by all! It was a great opportunity to see a variety of Volt colors…some we had never seen before. We met one couple who owns 2 Volts…one red, one blue! There was also a caricature artist there to sketch a picture of each owner along with their car. Like all block parties, Chevy had a delicious food truck swing by. This time, the @TwisterTruck supplied us with the best Mexican food you can imagine. We were also all given a pair of really cool Volt sunglasses (we love our swag!) But the best part was meeting fellow Volt owners, especially those we’ve seen driving around town. You drive by each other all the time but there’s just never a good time to hop out of the car and chat. The block party was a perfect opportunity to do just that, but on a much bigger scale. If you ever have the opportunity to be involved in a Volt Block Party, don’t miss it. It’s a really good time.
- Cheryl Balch
If you’re interested in hosting a Volt block party in your town (doesn’t have to be at your house!), jump into the comments below and let us know! Or, if you’d like to see a Volt block party near you, we’re always open to suggestions. And if you still need more convincing, check out our photo album on Flickr to see what to expect at your Volt Block Party.
As usual, keep following us @GMNewsWest to find out where the next party is and check out #voltblockparty.