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Good Morning!

totally frickin' amazingWe are in the middle of the "dog days of summer", its Friday with a long week end on the horizon. Its the Vroom Room,  come in make yourself comfortable, enjoy the cappuccino, join the conversation.

We surely don't know about you, in our case time is increasingly becoming a rare commodity. July was a fast moving blur, we went backstage at the Honda Indy Toronto, got up close to Corvette Racing, were impressed by the JX35, and did our Canadian Sales first half review. In addition to a myriad of other obligations which we all have. 

Are you starting to wonder what is going on at GM? We share your bewilderment, and wonder what the future holds. 

From almost 4 years may have missed New Reality, at some point one needs to walk the talk, and be "totally frickin' amazing".

Ever wonder how you would do in a showroom selling cars? Take a look at the Car Sales Simulator.

Canadian sales in July were reasonable considering that we are in the "dog days of summer", fascinating to see who is protecting their turf (market share) and who is getting their know what. GM and Nissan gave up what Toyota gained in the month. Perhaps there was some sales management from the previous month on the part of a few manufacturers. We are impressed by the Korean who are increasing the sales. Its encouraging to see Honda and Toyota back in the game.  

Perhaps at times we lose sense of where it all started, how it evolved, How Early Adoption Has Increased Wealth...Until Now

Our usual old race cars from Mt.Tremblant...Legends of Motorsports.




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