Things to Do this Spring in Plano: Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Adult Easter Egg Hunt
Easter In Plano, TX

Looking for something fun to do this spring? Check out one of the many adult Easter egg hunts that are happening in and around Plano, TX. For example, the 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held at the Heritage Farmstead Museum. Tons of participants are expected this year, and there will be multiple events and awards.

According to Visit Plano, the Adult Easter Egg Hunt will start at 8:30pm on March 9. There will be more than 4,000 eggs hidden around the entire four-acre property, and each egg will have a special prize. These include things like coupons, gift certificates, and more. You’ll need to register for the event early (21 and older only), so be sure to sign up now before they’re booked.

The Heritage Farmstead Museum is all about preserving history in the community. The annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt is a great way for friends and family to have fun this spring.

At Ewing Buick GMC in Plano, TX, we can’t wait for the upcoming event. With prizes and fun from 8:30 to 10:30pm, the Adult Easter Egg Hunt is bound to be a good time for everyone who attends. Just be sure to make plans for the event now rather than later.

The GMC Terrain Design: Improving Aerodynamics

GMC Terrain design
Terrains For All Terrains

GMC is working to create the latest technologies, but engineers have also been hard at work making vehicles as aerodynamic as possible. For example, the new GMC Terrain design is tested for more than 300 hours in a wind tunnel to ensure that everything is streamlined from bumper to bumper. Not only does improved aerodynamics improve fuel economy and performance, but it can also help to improve driving dynamics.

The new Terrain has a lifted stance that helps to direct air under and around the chassis, according to GMC. This design helps to reduce drag, and there have also been modifications like a smoother front grille and an added rear spoiler. The styling and mechanical components are paired together in perfect harmony.

“Reducing the aerodynamic drag of an SUV is always a challenge,” said GMC Aerodynamic Engineer Alicia Bidwell. “Our engineering team paid attention to even the smallest details to deliver the size and cargo space our customers want.”

Thanks to this new design, the Terrain will get up to 3 mpg more for up to 26 combined mpg on models with AWD*. Creating a smooth driving experience and incredible performance, the improved aerodynamics on the Terrain are unmatched. You can test drive the GMC Terrain at Ewing Buick GMC in Plano, TX.

*EPA estimated fuel economy. Actual mileage may vary.