Share Your Story


On the Dear Subaru page, click "Share Your Story." Then you'll be asked for your name, address, e-mail address, and other information. Some of it is required in order to post your story once you've submitted it to Subaru.


You have up to 750 characters (including spaces) in which to tell your tale. Go for the essentials! (Great short story writers have been following this direction for centuries!)


Then attach an image (JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, or BMP format) of up to 5 MB in size.


Terms and conditions for submitting your story include granting Subaru of America, Inc. nonexclusive rights to use it. Please consult all terms and conditions on the website before submission.


Take a look at Your Turn in this issue to see two of the stories that others have shared.


We at Subaru look forward to reading about your Subaru experiences.


When it snowed last January, the city shut down. As a
result, a few Subaru buddies got a ‘free pass' from work
and decided to search out some fun. We had many
powerslides, donuts and other shenanigans that day.
-Jeremy C., Independence, KY.

We are now on Subaru's number 4-7, shown with their owners
in this photo (03, 06, 07 and 09). My first Subie was a '79, and
the last 6 have all been Outbacks. We are a skiing family --
nordic and alpine -- and we ALL love the Outback as the
perfect skier car: sure-footed, safe, comfy, reliable, and
just the right size for stowing those precious skis (and lots of
other stuff!) in the back.
-The Stamp Clan


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