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Old 07-06-2006, 03:02 AM
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Default Hummer Homecoming 2006 write-up...

Here's a brief write-up of the Hummer Homecoming 2006 event in Indiana in late June:

http://hummer.off-road.com/hummer/ar...=354539&ref=25

(Yes, this is the same event from my video posting in the H1 section of the forums here... and that is Aubs in the driver's seat of the H1 Alpha on the test course)

One last time, it was great meeting some of you Elcova Folks out there in Indiana - look forward to meeting and wheeling with more of you in the future!
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Very cool!
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The H2 plant tour on the other hand was a little disappointing, primarily because nothing was happening. It consisted mostly of young interns reading scripts about what things would have looked like if the machines were moving, while workers sat next to the stationary machines?
I heard it was worse than that.

Good write up, Manny.
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I heard it was worse than that.
It was. These kids were practically running everyone through. I was at the head of the pack, stopped for a moment to look at a not-yet-assembled front dash, and within less than a minute I was at the end of the pack with a teenager grabbing my arm saying, "you have to move along sir." They spoke too quietly and/or in monotone, and didn't know any facts except for a few obvious ones written on their scripts. It may have been better were it not break time.
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