Going to car cruise-ins and car shows is what we love to do. Today, from noon to six, we were in Headland, Alabama for a car show supporting 2-1-1 United Way.
After five and a half years with our beloved 2016 white Model S, we have retired her for a 2018 Model S. Wait, what??? But ... OK, we tried - a little - to sell the 2016 white one but decided WHY??? No one wants to drive the 2012 Prius anyway ... so we sold it and are now a TWO Tesla family ... His and Hers!
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First and foremost, thank you to the staff and volunteers of Dayspring Academy for their hospitality! We always enjoy coming to their shows! While the crowd was lighter than usual, we had a great time! It's always fun when someone stops by because they met us the year before! The kids are the most fun when they want to see the 'hampster car.' (Click video above to see the hampster.) Once they've seen it they are excited to see it again!
A hot, sticky day with rain threatening offered few opportunities to share our car but somehow it worked! We met some great people who had tons of questions and with the lighter crowd we were able to give a few rides!
The fun part is when those people start to follow us on Facebook, send us friend requests, and share their lives with ours.
Another fun part is chatting with the 20somethings who WANT a Tesla ... after talking to us they realize it's possible and it's up to them. The 'aha' moment when their dreams meld with reality is such a treat for us!
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Well, I am a slacker. Normally I take lots of pictures but today I just enjoyed myself; the beautiful weather, and tons of conversation with interested and interesting people. The left picture is of two friends who were obsessed with the Tesla. The middle pictures is of Tom chatting with a Tesla enthusiast. The picture on the right shows a few of the many cars at the show.
Bottom line ... there was way more chatting then picture taking, but we thank the staff of the Dayspring Christian Academy for their hospitality. It was a great show and a great day! I would be remiss if I didn't thank Steve and Janet Reed of New South Cruisers who lead the convoy from Dothan to Marianna.
Often when we're running errands, we are approached by people who glance our way, especially when we use the frunk. WalMart offers a wealth of opportunity to Talk Tesla.
Recently we stopped by a local graphic artist and were hollered at by a couple who were admiring our car. We offered them a closer look and they jumped at the chance. We even offered them a ride which they promptly took. (See pic below.)
A New South Cruisers Cruise-In
I can't say enough about the volunteer firefighters and first responders. What they do in their communities every day is amazing. We had a chance to visit with them this morning and to share the Tesla technology. We even got in a couple of rides for those willing! Thank you, Shorterville volunteer firefighters for your hospitality. @wysedecision
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