Saturn 360 Owner Magazine Goes All Digital, Promises an Update from Jill in "a Couple of Weeks"

Saturn 360 Online Summer 2009 Issue

Saturn's official owner magazine, Saturn 360, just published its first online-only issue. The new Summer 2009 edition virtually arrived yesterday when the company launched its brand new website. The quarterly magazine sticks with the same people-focused formula that has been popular with readers since the magazine's first issue was printed almost four years ago.

Topics in this edition include a cover story about loyal owners who recently purchased new Saturn vehicles despite the brand being up for sale, a look at the 4 millionth Saturn sold (an Astra), several owner profiles, and suggestions on how to live a "greener" life.

In addition, Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak once again thanked owners and fans for their support during the brand's uncertainty that unfortunately has defined past nine months. She explained that your passion for the company was "a primary catalyst for Roger Penske's interest in Saturn." On the topic of Mr. Penske's pending acquisition of Saturn from General Motors, Jill teased about an upcoming announcement and invited readers to "check here for an update to this message in a couple of weeks."

So there you have it, the new Saturn 360. Its a well-written, fun, must-read magazine for all Saturn fans. While some may miss flipping through pages the old fashioned way, the new online-only format doesn't cost readers a penny, and promises to reach more people than ever before. And isn't that what its all about? Besides, you can still turn pages of the magazine – virtually – by using Saturn's handy page turning tool on the top right-hand corner of every page.

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