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’Til We Meet Again - Shop Talk

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Last month I gave you a little bit of a background check, where I started and how I ultimately got to take the helm of Chevy High Performance. After being involved with this great publication for well over a decade; it’s time for me to say goodbye.

I’m sticking with The Enthusiast Network; only shifting a bit to take on the role as Group Content Director. This means I’ll be overseeing everything from the digital, print, web, and social media platforms, including two magazines, one of which I’m taking over as editor

During my tenure, I’ve met a lot of good folks, many of whom I consider close friends and I’m sure are reading this now. It was always fun heading out to events and seeing so many familiar faces all over the country. And the cars, the incredibly cool rides I got to see and drive! Even now, I’m having a wild flashback of all the fun times I’ve had—I just wish I could share each personal experience. Even so, the truth is, the pages of this wonderful magazine have reflected the journey and the wide variety of events, technical stories, car features, car builds, and killer engine combinations.

I have to admit, I originally came onboard unsure of the direction to take the magazine. But in the end, I’m very proud of what we’ve accomplished and honored to know that I’m in a select group of editors who have had the fortunate opportunity to be a part of the family.

As for who’s taking on the role as the new editor, please welcome Nick Licata. He was the editor of Camaro Performers and the only person I felt was qualified enough to hand over the keys to. Nick’s a solid guy, and I have no doubt in my mind that he will continue to produce the quality, hard-hitting content we’re known for. Quite honestly, I’m sure he’ll give CHP a bit of his own flare, and that’s something we’ll all enjoy.

For those of you following Project F73, our '57 Bel Air, and the fourth-gen Camaro, they embody everything CHP represents and will continue to live in these pages until they're complete. As for me, it's always tough to say goodbye, but I'm sure we'll meet again. I want to thank all the manufacturers I've been involved with, our production crew, current and former editorial staffers, and all of our freelancers-Chevy High Performance would never have come this far without all of you, and I wish you all the very best.

It’s been a great ride— the experience of a lifetime.


Email me: chevyhi@sorc.com
Flame me: chevyhiperformance.com

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