:lol: :brentil: :banghead: :glol:goalscore247 said:Does anyone have an email address for bob lutz or know the gm email format. I was goin to email him and ask him if he has a photo of the solstice with the top up that he would be willing to publicly share with us
Thats what i want to figure out. One way or another ild like to atleast get an explaination if not a picRODEO said:Ah, a thread about the top!!!
When are we going to hear about this top. I thought we'd get a bite sometime near NAIAS, no luck. The car mags have nothing. The wait is unbelievable, and that's from someone who knows they are not buying a first year Sol. So what gives, they stiching these things by hand :devil:
That's not entirely true... you can send e-mails directly to GM employees, however you might not be able to get one to Bob Lutz or others near that level within the company.dylan01 said:The email you guys want to send cannot be sent through any other email except a General Motors server email address. I luckly have family in the business, so I was able to email him a few years back. So unless you have a GM server email addy, you cannot send through a hotmail email addy to a GM. you have to be on the same server. (Sucks)
Should we hammer them with request, in form letter fashion, kinda like bugging a state rep for action????achieftain said:Straight from the gm fastlane how to contact: Michael Wiley, director of communications, new media [email protected]
He or his staff review all submissions and conceivably could forward individual requests to the appropriate party. Since this info is directly listed on their site there should be no problem sharing it here (same effect as posting a link)
hehehehehehehehehehe :devil:mceb said:Come on Lutz show us the top already...that MX-5 in red is starting to look good :devil:
I completely agree. It is ment to be private, and I wouldent appreciate if I gave somebody my email, and they told the rest of the world. (Well... if I was famous.)rlhammon said:.I will not give out the e-mail format, nor should anyone else who has that information.
Not a bad idea, but each person should submit their own comment in their wn words. 1. Its more effective 2. Some email programs can root out cooki-cutter response and treat it like spam. 3. I know they read submissions because I told them about the incident with the std man trans costing additional and they posted their response along with mine.RODEO said:Should we hammer them with request, in form letter fashion, kinda like bugging a state rep for action????
I sent mine :willy:achieftain said:Not a bad idea, but each person should submit their own comment in their wn words. 1. Its more effective 2. Some email programs can root out cooki-cutter response and treat it like spam. 3. I know they read submissions because I told them about the incident with the std man trans costing additional and they posted their response along with mine.
RODEO said:hehehehehehehehehehe :devil:
since pontiac won't show us the top, here's more top pics of the competition's top and trunk!
So you don't like the PR department's job, didn't Solstice appear in SI.com?chenslee said:Oh, man. What is the deal with the chicks in their skivvies running around with fans? If Mazda needs chicks to make their car apealing, Pontiac has got it made. Look at the suits in the forground eating it up too! :skep: