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Roadfly Posts 400th Car Review

Roadfly’s first car review was for the 2005 Audi A4, so it was only fitting that our 400th review be an Audi as well: the 2012 A6.  Check out my review below.  It’s over 7 minutes long because we wanted to spend some well deserved time in the interior.  It’s a tech geek’s dream come true!

 

I just got back from the  2012 Subaru Impreza launch.  It was my first press trip for Roadfly so I was a little nervous, but had a great time!  We started in NYC with a presentation about the car, including every. single. piece of tech information you could ever want.  Driving impressions are embargoed until Monday October 3rd, but I can tell you that it’s been totally redesigned to be a bit more angular and they’ve really focused on making the Impreza fuel efficient.  In fact, it gets the best mileage of any AWD car available here in the US.  The car will come in 4 or 5 door models. I’m in love with the hatch, but I got the sedan for my test drive.

I’ve got my first radio interview coming up this Sunday, October 2nd on SOCAL Off Road Radio on KCBQ 1170AM at 7pm PST.  Michele and I, along with Team Courage badass Heather Berger will be chatting with host Dave Stall about Gazelles, next week’s Powder Puff, the Team Courage brand, and our general awesominity.  You can listen live online at www.kcbq.com.

Speaking of Powder Puff, time has run out to donate via my Indie GoGo page,  but we raised almost $2000 for  Cedars-Sinai Breast Cancer Research Center.  It’s not too late to donate, though.  You can go here and donate directly to Cedars-Sinai.

And if you’re in the San Diego area, take a look at my previous post about our fundraiser at Hooters on Monday, October 3rd.

 


Team Courage, Mega Monkey Motorsports™, and Hooters

Who can throw a fundraiser together in less than 48 hours?  WE CAN!  If you live anywhere NEAR Rancho Bernardo, CA please get your narrow little butt over to Hooters on Monday, October 3rd between 6pm and 9pm.  Hooters will donate 20% of your tab to Cedars-Sinai Breast Cancer Research Center.  TWENTY PERCENT!  *And* they will have Dust to Glory playing on the TV.   You heard me:  wings, women, and watching some racing.

BUT YOU MUST PRINT OUT THE FLYER!  So grab a pretty copy here or here.  This is ONLY valid at the Rancho Bernardo location, y’all.

Unfortunately, I will not be there.  I know, I know…its very sad.  But you can meet Michele and her crew and get to know them like you’ve gotten to know me.  You’ll love her.  I promise.