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SaturnFans.com's 2012 Saturn Reunion Starts at 12:01am on October 25th (Yep, That's Tonight!)

I hope to see everybody tonight just after midnight (EDT) for the start of the 2012 Saturn Reunion! But don't worry, if you can't join us until the morning, we'll have a log of all the posts cataloged right here on the front page of SaturnFans.com. The bulk of the activity will flow just like in the old days when there were Saturn news articles posted on an almost daily basis.

2 More Days Until the '12 Saturn Reunion

1991 Saturn SL2

The 2012 Saturn Reunion will be hosted at SaturnFans.com from midnight to 11:59pm this Thursday. The main page and forums will be continuously updated throughout the day. The chat room will be open and I'll be in there Thursday night at 9pm to talk Saturn. Hopefully you'll find some other surprises during the 24 hour event...

And Then There Were 3...

OK, so there are only three more days until the 2012 Saturn Reunion hosted at SaturnFans.com. Let's see if I'm ready. Uploaded pictures of my current vehicle. Check. Update my user profile. Check. Post a message in the forums to reconnect with other members.

The 2012 Saturn Reunion Begins in 4 Days

"Off-Roading" in the Outlook

Don't forget to upload recent pictures of your Saturn before the big event starts on Thursday. If you don't own a Saturn anymore, you can still share photos of your current ride by putting them into the "Not Quite Saturn" section of the SaturnFans.com Photo Gallery. If you are already logged in to the site, go ahead and jump right to the upload page.

Countdown: 5 Days Until the 2012 Saturn Reunion

There's just five days before the start of the 2012 Saturn reunion. Are you ready?

There's Just One Week Until the First-Ever Virtual Saturn Reunion!

We're just one week away from SaturnFans.com's 2012 Saturn Reunion! We'll be spending 24 hours looking back at what made Saturn a different kind of car and company. From midnight on Thursday October 25th to 11:59pm of the same day, SaturnFans.com will take a trip back in time to when Saturn was building and selling some of the most innovative cars on the road.

You're Invited to the 2012 Saturn Reunion

In just one month SaturnFans.com will be hosting the first-ever virtual Saturn Reunion and you're invited! Please join us as we pause for 24 hours to celebrate the accomplishments of Saturn Corporation, our favorite memories of the brand, and our special ownership experiences. The first Saturn was sold on October 25, 1990 and on that day next month Saturn fans from around the world will get back together - online - to reminisce, remember, and catch up on life after Saturn.
2012 Saturn Reunion Invitation

Saturn Reunion Announced

SaturnFans.com is excited to announce dates for the first-ever virtual Saturn Reunion this fall: October 25, 2012. Mark your calendars! The first Saturn was sold on October 25, 1990 and later this year Saturn fans from around the world will get back together - online - to reminisce, remember, and catch up on life after Saturn.

Goodbye Saturn, Thanks for the Ride (1985-2010)

Vintage Saturn Photos

Note: As General Motors gets ready to shut Saturn's doors at the end of this year, I'd like to take a moment to look back at why the brand was created and how it evolved over the years, what made the cars and company so special to me, and also address some concerns about how Saturn's closure will impact the future of SaturnFans.com.

Later tonight the giant ball in Times Square will be lowered when the clock strikes twelve and 2010 will come to an end. It's been a emotional year for Saturn employees, owners, and fans; October 31st marked the end of General Motors' grand Saturn experiment. Of all the news articles I've written for SaturnFans.com over the past 15 years, this one has been by far the hardest for me to write. Saying goodbye is never easy, and this time is no different. To me Saturn was more than just another car or company: it represented a fresh approach to running a business, and more significantly, it was a symbolic entry in America's ideological battle against the best vehicles the "import" car companies had to offer.