Tag Archives: General Motors
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How I Drive | Profile of Nyree D. Wright of MSLGROUP

If you’re an automotive journalist or blogger in the D.C. area, then you’ve most likely worked with the bubbly, energetic Nyree D. Wright. As Senior Vice President of MSLGROUP, Nyree serves as the ultimate public relations professional on behalf of General Motors, connecting her client with influencers in both the D.C. and NYC regions. I’m […]

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The Fray concert with the Buick Regal GS at #GMSummerSeries

We had a great time checking out the #GMSummerSeries with Drive the District on Wednesday night. General Motors invited Be Car Chic to enjoy The Fray at local venue, Wolf Trap National Park. BCC editor, Melanie Batenchuk, brought along Mr. Car Chic plus two friends / bonafide car gals – Jessica Anderson of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and Farleigh Wolfe. The […]

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Industry Pulse: GM’s Mary Henige on Google+ brand pages, social media

Google Plus (Google+) and its launch of brand pages has been a hot topic of discussion lately. I recently connected with Mary Henige, who serves as the Director of Social Media & Digital Communications for General Motors, to discuss the automaker’s social media strategy and Google+ brand page launch. Mary Henige has been with General […]

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Is GM really changing opinions through consumer events?

On Friday, I attended a media luncheon and drive day with General Motors at FedEx Field just outside of D.C. The event was part of GM’s “Main Street in Motion” series and included driving access to more than 70 makes and models (and to paraphrase a fellow journalist, “Two laps in a ‘Vette just wasn’t […]

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Buick Regal GS at Chicago Auto Show 2010.

A Real Estate Agent’s “Buick” Testimonial

While my husband and I haven’t purchased a house yet (because well, it’s too darn expensive in D.C.), we do have a real estate agent. We go to him for home-buying expertise, and recently, he came to me for car-buying advice.  Now, that’s what I call a symbiotic relationship!My agent, John, had a dilemma; his […]

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