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If you're interested in keeping up with the latest news surrounding Saturn and the expansive Ion, Outlook, and Sky recalls, I invite you to subscribe to GMBeat's Saturn newsletter either by e-mail or through your favorite news reader. If you choose to receive e-mails, you'll get Saturn news delivered right to your inbox whenever news happens. If there's no news that day, you won't get an email. Its free to sign up, and if you don't like how I have the system setup you can unsubscribe quickly and easily at your convenience.

I originally built the GMBeat website as a replacement to the news section here at SaturnFans.com a few years ago. At the time, Saturn was in the process of being sold and news was happening faster then I could process it with the existing SaturnFans.com content management system. Saturn was closed before the new site launched, and as a result I changed the focus of the site to keep up with the GM bankruptcy proceedings - all while still tracking Saturn news stories across the Web. If you own one of the recently recalled vehicles, I think you'll find it an especially useful tool to learn more about the recall investigations and ongoing Federal probes. And you can rest assured that if Saturn vehicles are in the news, you'll be among the first to know.

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GM Readies New Ads, Deep Discounts to Clear Remaining Saturn Inventory

The Last Saturn Sale

Automotive News reports that General Motors is preparing what will likely be one last Saturn advertising campaign in an effort to sell the brand's last remaining 9,400 2008 and 2009 models. Susan Docherty, GM's newly appointed vice president of U.S. sales, told the trade publication that "starting next week, we'll have a print campaign which features that product. In the next 90 days, we'll have cleaned up that inventory. I'm not worried about it at all."