Kevin Keohane, who makes his home in Ottawa, Ontario, has not one but two GM vehicles – a red 2001 Pontiac Montana and a silver 2009 Pontiac Torrent. According to Kevin, “Each car suits different needs for our family, from travelling to work, to taking road trips.” But if you really want to know more about their cars—or any other vehicle—just ask Kevin’s fourteen year-old son, Neil.
“My son is a huge GM fan,” said Kevin. “That’s how I found out about the Hollywood Moments contest.” Young as he is, Neil loves cars so much that he’s always reading about them online. “You can be sure he’ll be GM’s most loyal customer when he’s old enough to drive,” said Kevin. “He’s constantly on the Owner Centre website!” In fact, it was Neil who encouraged his dad to enter our contest because he wanted to win the movie passes. It seems Neil is a movie buff as well as a car buff.
As the winner of our “Off to the Movies” prize pack, Kevin will receive 24 movie tickets (2 per month) and a $100 Esso Gas Card. With so many free tickets, he plans to see lots of movies. “We’ll go to whatever looks interesting,” said Kevin. When asked what Hollywood celebrity he’d most like to have in either of his Pontiac vehicles, he responded, “Will Farrell, for a good laugh!”
Now read Kevin Keohane’s winning entry ...
My family certainly has had many adventures in our 2001 Pontiac Montana, but there is one I can remember more vividly than others. It was driving to Toronto, Ontario from Ottawa, Ontario! It was a pretty long drive on its own, but with unexpected construction and road-closures... and not to mention the traffic... it was a very long drive. However, it was no problem in our Montana. It’s so comfortable to drive and be in that we hardly noticed the time go by. The rear-audio entertainment system kept the kids entertained (and quiet!). The only thing that told us how long it had been since we departed was the clock! When we arrived, we were relaxed, not tired from the drive. That’s just one example of how our Montana has been a great vehicle. There are plenty more, and, in fact, our Montana is still with us and on the road today!