During the past weekend, in the city of Valdosta, Ga. more than 500 2010 Chevrolet Camaros have gathered to burn some rubber at the first Camaro5Fest. Believed to be the largest-ever meeting of fifth-generation Camaro owners, the Camaro5Fest have attended more than 1,000 people from across the U.S. and Canada.

The event was also honored by the Camaro team, including Camaro Chief Engineer Al Oppenheiser, Vehicle Line Director Peter Kosak, Camaro Marketing Manager John Fitzpatrick, and Camaro Product Manager Cheryl Pilcher, which came from Detroit to Georgia in two Camaro Transformers Special Editions, two Camaro Synergy Special Editions, a regular production 2010 Camaro, and VIN 002 of a 2011 Camaro.

John Fitzpatrick shared: "It was an incredible opportunity to see the passion and enthusiasm owners have for the new Camaro. This was such an exciting event that I would not be surprised to see more than 1,000 cars at next year's Camaro5Fest."

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