Test Drive

Yesterday, I convinced AnnaGrace to stop at a car dealership on the way home from work. She received a flyer in the mail which said she was a winner. I was convinced she would win one of four prizes: (1) a new car; (2) an iPad; (3) up to $500 in gold coins; or (4) $400 cash. I had even read the fine print, and was ready to put up a fight if they didn’t fork over the prize. Sometimes I enjoy the idea of playing the “I am a law school student” card. 🙂

The time at the dealership was quite entertaining. The contest rules stated that you had to test drive a car. This despite the fact that AnnaGrace made it quite clear that she was not interested in buying a car. The salesman, however, was very nice. And, it turns out he used to be a concert violinist!!! He and AnnaGrace had quite the time sharing music stories. 🙂

After test driving an Altima, the sales manager came out. It was hilarious to watch him try to figure out how he was going to convince AnnaGrace that she should ditch her 2009 Honda Accord and buy a Nissan. After every question she answered, you could see the wheels turning in his head. When he asked her how she liked her car, she said “I LOVE it!!” very enthusiastically. And that was the trick that killed the line of questioning. 🙂

As we waited to find out what her prize was, another sales associate came over and started talking. As we went to leave, he asked what we were doing next. When we responded with, “Dinner,” he asked if that included beer. WHAT THE HECK?!?! He was waaay too old for us – though I wondered if he was trying to get information for the young sales associate who kept eyeing AnnaGrace. *GAG* AnnaGrace politely told him, “No, I don’t drink ANY alcohol.”

And with that, we walked out the door with her $1 prize.

Yep, you read that right.

I missed the line of the fine print that says, “Chance of winning $1 – 1:49,999.” AKA – everyone (besides the top winners).

😦

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