Here’s a clever twist on the popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that’s sweeping through Social Media these days.
Courtney Moats is interning in the Chevrolet PR department and she took part in the ice bucket challenge on Tuesday at the Milford Proving Grounds where the Corvette Team was hosting the first rides in the 2015 Corvette Stingray.
Filming the challenge was the all new Performance Data Recorder in the 2015 Corvette Stingray. The PDR records HD video and in-car audio, but as you can see, it can easily pick up people talking outside the vehicle as well.
You can see the PDR data overlays on the video and it is possible to choose the different displays of data or no data at all. However, in Courtney’s video with the data overlay, there is no denying that it was the new 2015 Corvette that videoed her ice bucket challenge.
Dropping the cooler of ice over the intern was Chevy PR man Monte Doran and Pete Lewis who runs the ride and drives. Nice of you guys to help out (which is the best part of the ice bucket challenge).
This was a great way to include the new Corvette and kudos to Courtney who did the challenge at work without a change of clothes!
In the ice bucket challenge, once you undertake it, you get to nominate others and she chose Chad Lyons, Mary Henige & Pete Lewis.
If you incorporate your Corvette into the ice bucket challenge, make sure you send us a link to the video.
Courtney Moats on YouTube
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