Archive | May, 2007

Jordan Hummer Owners Unite in Dealership Off-Road Event

5. May 2007

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In similar fashion to US Hummer dealership off-road events called ‘Hummer Happenings,’ Abu Khader hosted an off-road event in Jordan. ‘We are very proud of the practicality, and convenience that our premium automobile brands provide. To us, this trip is a token of our intentions to maintain strong and fruitful ties with HUMMER vehicle owners.’ […]

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Hummer Hitch Mounted Back-Up Sensors on the Today Show

4. May 2007

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This morning I found myself sipping my daily dose of warm caffeine and watching the Today Show on NBC, when a story came on about SUV blind-spots and the danger they cause. Today show correspondent Janice Lieberman interviewed several parents who had backed over their own children – pretty scary! As the media likes to […]

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Team Hummer Prepares at Terrible Town 250

3. May 2007

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I think its great that in a race out of 170 competitors, and only 98 finish —Hummer uses the Terrible Town 250 merely as a ‘test run’ for some new products before the Baja 500. AND they manage to take 2nd place after one of the new leaf-springs they were testing broke. Only in a […]

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Top Online Hummer Discussion Forums

2. May 2007

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Online discussion boards can be a great source of information and news about all things Hummer. We’ve seen more and more Hummer forums popping up around the web, and we want to help guide you to the best online forums. Here are our rankings: 1) Elcova Hummer Discussion Boards – Right now we think this […]

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Hydrogen Hummer trip across Antarctica draws icy reception

1. May 2007

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Last July, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced plans to traverse the frigid continent of Antarctica in a Hydrogen-powered Hummer H1. At the time it didn’t draw much attention, but now as the December 2007 trip draws nearer, concern is growing. For once, the concern isn’t about the fact it’s a Hummer. The concerns are coming […]

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