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Ecorazzi Meeting With GM Executives | We Want Your Questions!

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I’m currently on a bus (with wireless, no less!) on my way to New York City to meet up with Rebecca. As we announced earlier, we’re in the Big Apple for the next couple days to attend the 2007 NY Auto Show and discuss green initiatives with GM executives. While GM is paying for us to attend the event (and flew Rebecca in from Miami as well) we are in no way obligated to change our tunes regarding their impact on the environment. We’ll have an opportunity to talk one-on-one with Ed Peper, Chevy General Manager; Beth Lowery, Vice President, Environment and Energy; Martin Walsh, Hummer General Manager, Kjell ac Bergstrom, VP, GM Powertrain Sweden (Saab); and Jill Lajdziak, GM General Manager of Saturn.

So, we want to know: Do you have any questions? Obviously, we’re looking for a serious variety here; but do not feel the need to sugarcoat. If you’ve got something you’d like us to ask on your behalf – tell us! We’ve got a bunch of good questions lined up but could always use more. Anyways, hit the comments below and we’ll check in. Tomorrow during the Auto Show, we’ll also be reporting live on all the cool announcements, celebrities, and other fun things coming out of NYC. Stay tuned!

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