Shopping is my weakness. It’s an addiction that “runs deep” in the history of our family. Growing up in a household full of women, it was normal to spend the entire Saturday at a yard sale, thrift store, or shopping mall. Most young children would grow exhausted from trekking from store to store. Not me! I loved every minute of it. This may explain why I struggle with creating enough closet space for my clothing and “stuff” as an adult. Hold off on the intervention for now.
If I added up the number of hours I spend in a car versus the number of hours I spend at home (minus sleeping), it would probably be a close match. From soccer practice, to grocery store runs, to everyday errands, I am at one with the highway on a daily basis. Therefore, it is important I have enough space to hold all of the essentials. And by essentials I mean, the shopping bags that I accumulate throughout the day — grocery store, retail store, local market, trash bags, bag lady…you get the point. I won’t have any problem “holding it all together” while I’m driving around town. The Chevy Traverse “provides more space behind the third row – more than any competitor including Toyota Highlander.”
Now, I need to make some more room to hold all the memories my family and I have created so far. Chevy understands the importance of carrying around precious cargo. There’s enough space to live your life to the fullest. HONK IF YOU LIKE SPACIOUS TRUNKS. Beep! Beep!
Disclaimer: The Baltimore Chevy Girls on the Go campaign is being sponsored by Baltimore Area Chevy Dealers. I was given a Chevy Traverse to test drive for one month, as well as gift cards to pay for the documented missions. The views and opinions shared are my own. The excitement is real and I may shed a tear when I return the vehicle back to its owner.