Archive | September, 2007

New Hummer Commercials Target Ruggedness and Extreme Customization

29. September 2007

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Last week when we had an article about the College Station Hummer Happening preview (btw, article and images are coming soon!) and we talked about ‘scorpions and rattlesnakes,’ we really didn’t have any knowledge of Hummer using just those predatory creatures in one of their newest commercials. The newest on Hummer.com is called “Don’t Blink,” […]

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GM to produce world’s only full-size SUV Hybrids

28. September 2007

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Driving around the DFW area, it’s apparent the ‘bigger is better’ attitude has never been more true when it comes to Texans and their trucks and SUVs – and now, GM is making it possible to have large, capable trucks and SUVs, while conserving energy (and money!) at the same time. The Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid […]

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Chicago Hummer Limo Goes Green

27. September 2007

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Hummer limos are a popular choice for weddings, and increasingly, having a ‘green’ wedding is becoming more popular. Quite a predicament you say? Not for the folks at Exotic Coach in Chicago, IL. They’ve converted their Hummer H2 limo to run on propane gas. The conversion was done by a company called Fuel for Earth, […]

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Hydrogen Hummer H3 to debut next Spring?

18. September 2007

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When we saw the headline, “Hummer Goes Hybrid with National Geographic,” we expected to see some kind of conversion vehicle outfitted with a hydrogen engine. Instead, we saw a commercial announcing the release of a Hydrogen powered Hummer H3, due out in the spring of 2008 (see video below). “Hydrogen Powered National Geographic Edition,” appears […]

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Carbon Emissions from “Live Earth” equal 4,000 “Hummer Years”

17. September 2007

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An interesting blurb buried in Gregg Easterbrook’s Tuesday Morning Quarterback blog on ESPN.com compares the environmental impact of the Live Earth compared to the impact of driving a Hummer for a year. We realize that ESPN doesn’t have a ton of credibility reporting on environmental news – but they enlisted help from CarbonFootprint.com. Live Earth […]

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Hummer H3 rides on two wheels – Wow!

13. September 2007

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We’ve seen some impressive driving in Hummers – and most of it has been off-road. This driver shows of their drifting and stunt skills by keeping a Hummer H3 riding on two wheels for some time! The vehicle is on the verge of roll-over – and the cost of one mistake for this guy would […]

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Hummer to star in new Sega video game

12. September 2007

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Sega recently announced its adding four more vehicles to its “Rally Revo” game, and a custom Hummer H3 made the lineup. According to Sega, Hummer is one of the only auto manufacturers to allow customization and changes to their model for use in the game. This couldn’t be much of a surprise since, after all, […]

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Dallas Off Road Hummer Happening Preview

11. September 2007

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Hummers, mud, rattlesnakes, and scorpions we’re all on hand (almost literally in some cases!) this weekend as we helped prepare for the upcoming Hummer Happening event for Sewell Hummer customers. The event in College Station, TX will feature three different courses designed to push the Hummers to their limits. The video below is of a […]

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Hummer H2 Serves as Traveling Memorial

7. September 2007

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“A soldier only dies if they are forgotten,” is the motto that inspired Chris Veit to create RememberTheFallen.com – a website that acts as a memorial to those who have given their lives serving our country. Users can submit images, news stories, and other information on fallen soldiers to help preserve their memory. To help […]

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HUMMER Helps Battle Wildfire Over Holiday Weekend

5. September 2007

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What started as a hay fire in Seeley, California quickly escalated into an inferno requiring action from seven fire departments and over 100 firefighters. Providing on-scene relief to those battling the blaze were members of the San Diego/Imperial Counties American Red Cross chapter. Trained chapter volunteers were able to bring much needed food and water […]

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