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Pentastar Passion | August 12 2014

Come cruising with us Saturday

WDC2014-ChryslerGroupclubs-Map-ForBlogpostThe annual Woodward Dream Cruise is as much about community and sharing our automotive passion as it is about getting behind the wheel.

Stories of cruising and car modifications of yesteryear are repeated. Friendships are rekindled. New connections are fueled. And even a few car titles are transferred.

All that and more centers around our collective love of the automobile.

As people start lining up along the 16-mile WDC route this week, we want to know where the Chrysler Group-related clubs and our cruising fans will be gathering. We’ll be there this week and in full force on Saturday – and we’d love to stop by, talk with you, and snap a few photos and roll some video to help you share your passion.

Here’s a map of where some Chrysler Group-related clubs are planning to gather this week, with most of them on Saturday. If you’ll be cruising Woodward on Saturday, leave a comment and let us know where you’ll be parked. Or on Saturday, tweet us @Chrysler and let us know where you are.

We just might stop by.

 

Mike Driehorst

Thanks for stopping by. I lead the corporate social media efforts for FCA US, which means I oversee things like content, community management, outreach, monitoring and most anything else that comes with social media management. Being a lifelong metro Toledo, Ohio, resident, the passion for Jeep® has always been evident.
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Thanks for stopping by. I lead the corporate social media efforts for FCA US, which means I oversee things like content, community management, outreach, monitoring and most anything else that comes with social media management. Being a lifelong metro Toledo, Ohio, resident, the passion for Jeep® has always been evident. Since joining FCA in late 2010, it’s been inspiring to get a first-hand view of that same level of passion for our all of the company’s vehicles, past and present. It’s that kind of true Mopar-or-no-car spirit that reminds me every day that FCA doesn’t simply make cars and trucks, we make vehicles that develop community among its owners. And that’s what I try to portray in the corporate social voice.