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In commemoration of General Motors' 100th anniversary, SaturnFans.com is celebrating the best Saturns ever made: your cars. After a slow start earlier this summer, I'm relaunching the SaturnFans.com Saturn Photo Contest.

Happy Labor Day

Happy Labor Day! SaturnFans.com is out enjoying this last day of the last three-day weekend of the summer - we hope you are too! Whether you are going to a barbecue, driving back from the beach, or (gasp!) going to work... whatever your plans are, make the best of them and be safe.

Lightning Strikes SaturnFans.com World Headquarters

A fast-moving, severe thunderstorm wreaked havoc on the SaturnFans.com headquarters this past Saturday evening when lightning struck our home. We're finally back online, and things are beginning to return to normal. I'm just now catching up on forum posts, reading email, and gearing up to restart posting daily Saturn news updates.

SaturnFans.com Restored

SaturnFans.com is back online! I apologize for the overnight outage. Sometime late yesterday evening a catastrophic error caused the server to crash, which in turn corrupted a number of the databases that support the site.

Happy 4th of July!

Saturn Homecoming Opening

SaturnFans.com wishes you and your family a happy Fourth of July! Wherever your plans take you on this Independence Day weekend: buckle up, be safe, and please don't drink and drive. After the fireworks are over, come back inside and look for an announcement about a very special SaturnFans.com summertime contest.

Update on the SaturnFans.com Renovation

I'm still in the process of overhauling the entire SaturnFans.com website, but its been two weeks since the preview of the new site was posted, so I thought it was time for another update. A lot of work has been going on daily behind the scenes, as a number of new features are under development in all sections of Saturnalia.

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Former Chrysler Executives Involved in Bidder Efforts to Save Saturn

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Last week, Penske Automotive Group disclosed to the media that it had secured former Chrysler President, Tom LaSorda, as an advisor for the deal. Similar news was unveiled yesterday by Telesto Ventures. The investor group has hired a team of advisors which are all, oddly enough, former executives at Chrysler. According to Telesto's CEO, John Pappanastos, "The Saturn brand has the opportunity to serve a significant role in transforming the auto industry. We have carefully selected a team of proven innovators who not only bring powerful thinking to the table, but also the critical execution skills that have enabled us to make significant progress in such a short amount of time."