We recently received what is - by far - the most interesting customer inquiry in the history of World Class Driving. This one comes to us from an actual, real-life Alaskan gold miner. Yep.
Bill Wenger writes:
When he's not searching for gold, or testing our supercars, Bill is also finding some pretty interesting stuff up in Canada. A quick read through Mining Weekly tells us that Bill is also responsible for a find that may see Canada mining emeralds on par with Brazil, Russian, and Pakistan.
"I have been a prospector for some 30 years now but am a geological engineer by definition. This discovery is the highlight of my career... The discovery gold hole where I am standing was incredibly well received by the investment community (stock market) and added roughly $500,000,000.00 to our market capitalization and the company has been able to raise $50,000,000.00 to continue its exploration."
"The photo shows why it was so important for morale to have my World Class Driving advertisement to think about while enduring these conditions, especially toward the end of the bitter season. By then, I had been in the Yukon wilderness for pretty close to 4 months continuously and was ready to get back to civilization. Pretty crazy to think these extremes are out there – from a remote mountain top in the frigid frozen Yukon into some of the worlds most iconic supercars."
Thanks for the note, Bill. (Bill is scheduled for an upcoming New York US Supercar Tour.)