When I went to Miami Beach as part of #ChevyPlayMiami, my son and I made several side trips in addition to the main event, the Miami International Auto Show. For example, we went to the Miami Auto Museum, where we saw cars from a broad span of decades. Linking back to the Chevrolet part of my trip, we saw this memory:
Chevrolet’s current motto is “Find New Roads,” and those three words mirror much of my experience as part of this group:
Parent of a Teen Driver Finding New Roads
Since I have a 19-year-old daughter and a 16-year-old son, our lives as a family have been engaged in the “learning to drive” process for the past four years or so. Being the parent of a teen driver introduces a multitude of questions for a parent, foremost among them being: How will my son or daughter remain safe?
Stephen from Chevrolet explained the features the company is incorporating to enhance safety for new drivers:
Exploring New Roads Is About More Than Driving
In addition to a demonstration of the 2016 Suburban and a private tour of the Auto Show, we participated in a session of Style Trends for Fall from Jenny a/k/a MiamiStyleMom.
We interacted with Ryan Hall of #CodeFeverMiami to jump start our enthusiasm for the digital world.
We also spent time with Vanessa James, a fireplug of an individual (and Florida State Seminole hooray!) who empowered each of us to make our unique mark in a crowded internet world.
(Thank you Surfcomber for a gorgeous setting for our day of fashion, coding, cars, and FUN!)
New Roads Introduce You to New People
I literally took a new (to me) road for this trip. Although I am a lifelong Floridian and traveled much of the state with Healthy Kids, I had never been to Miami Beach! In addition to discovering a beautiful part of my home state, I met bloggers and influencers who were new to me. My friend Nicole and I already know each other well from our work as Shot at Life Champion Leaders:
Everyone else, though, was completely new and fresh! It was so exciting for this North Floridian to meet people who see the world through the South Florida filter; by the end of two days I had many new friends and had made special new connections.
Taty of @CoolChillMom and I connected prior to the event and worked with Ana of @MiamiMommySavings on a ticket giveaway. Those tickets have been given to the winners already (congrats @sal0820!) but there’s an opportunity to win more tickets by participating in a Twitter Chat! (there’s plenty of time to get to the show; it doesn’t end until November 16!).
Four pairs of tickets (as well as Chevy gift bags) will be up for grabs at the Twitter party!
When: November 12, 7-8 pm ET (6-7pm CT; 5-6 pm MT; 4-5 pm PT)
Follow #ChevyPlayMiami #ILikeThatCar @SheBuysCars @TheSistersHood, @biggreenpen, @Coolchillmom, @whatsupmamis, @MommyMafia, @miamimommysavings, @HeLoEnterprises, @zeinabkristen, @bNiiontweet, @tarametblog, @ssstyle1
Enter to win below by answering a few simple questions; each answer qualifies as an entry to win. Winners must be able to pick up tickets to the Miami Auto Show in person; no accommodation for travel, parking or other expenses will be made. Value of each prize $40.
To be eligible, you must:
- Enter to win using the Gleam widget below. You can enter up to 5 times!
- Have at least one unique Tweet (other than a reTweet) on the Twitter party from 7-8 pm ET on November 12th, 2015. If you aren’t on Twitter, it’s easy—and free—to sign up. Go to www.twitter.com to get started.
Here are some of the sights you will see if you win (and these are just the Chevrolets!). SO MANY CARS!
I’m so renewed by this experience: the environment, the cars, the people. I am glad a new road took me to Miami Beach. What new road do you want to take?
I will receive compensation in exchange for participation in this campaign. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.
Wife of one, Mom of two, Friend of many. My pronouns are she/her/hers.