I like to consider myself an athletic person. So I sign up for competitive athletic events, like bike races and running races. Then I spend the weeks leading up to the event eating cupcakes, and not running as often as is necessary to properly train.
This particular race, considering the lack of training and the shape I was in (or “out of”), I was just pleased to make it over the finish line. I “love my body” too much to push it into cardiac arrest.
But the rest of my family fared well! My mother, 20 years older than me, and my twin sister with torn ligaments in her foot, both crossed the finish line before I did! My younger sister schooled us all, but that was to be expected.
But one thing we did love that day was the Chevy Traverse! October has ushered in some cooler weather – especially first thing in the morning. Travelling to the race location in 45 degree weather could be detrimental to a runner who is trying to keep their muscles warm. That’s why we were grateful for the Traverse’s seat warmers (with 3 settings), 3-way divided temperature control (driver/passenger/rear), and remote start with automatic climate control to 70 degrees. We arrived warmed, and ready to start stretching!
Then later the same day, Chevrolet and Park City Mountain Resort treated my siblings and I to an adrenaline-filled afternoon/evening riding the Zip Rider, and Alpine Coaster. Thanks to the OnStar Navigation, we were able to find our way, and hands free calling made it possible to make our reservation at the Baja Cantina for dinner afterwards. We love our Chevy!
Disclaimer: I have been given a Chevy Traverse for a month to drive around for review purposes, as part of the Chevy Mom Squad. Chevrolet also provided me with 4 all day passes to the Park City Resort, as well as a gift certificate to Baja Cantina.