But GM Volt "marketing" has decided to use social media instead of advertising to attract Volt buyers. You see, people who buy Volts use social media like Twitter, they don't watch TV, and they all live in California. You are lucky you match one of those three criteria or you would never be a Volt buyer Noel, lol. I don't match any of the criteria. Did I buy the wrong car?Nope. I don't "tweet" so I guess I don't exist for those guys. Alas, the world is leaving me behind. Fine with me, LOL. I won't miss it.
Will have to hope they offer it again for Detroit in Jan!Regarding the event, if I lived in the area, I would definitely, absolutely go. You never know if GM might have a surprise of some sort for current Volt owners or maybe some cool trinkets. If you can, I say go.
If you're GM Marketing, and you think California is THE MARKET for the Volt, and that social media is the way to market the car, why would you schedule the unveiling at the DETROIT auto show?people who buy Volts use social media like Twitter, they don't watch TV, and they all live in California.
I'm usually pretty good at The Google but I tried that and related searches and had no luck finding more specific info about this event. I can guess that it might be located at the LA Auto Show which I believe is running during that timeframe but that's a guess. I don't know when it might take place during the day. The folks being invited via tweet seem to be minor celebrities and the messages seem to imply an exclusive guest list. It isn't clear to me that I'd be welcome or permitted to join in if I just showed up uninvited.Where did you look? Based on the OP's post, I Googled "twitter chevy event" and found it pretty quickly.
I questioned the two on the twitter feed and one replied:Yes, I already saw the Twitter invitations that GM posted. I was wondering if you had found more information about the actual mystery event itself but I guess not.