This is the story of a car, the 93-year-old woman who drove it for every one of its 570,000 miles, the website that produced a story that became a viral hit and the car company executive who came to pay tribute to Rachel and her beloved Chariot.
It’s never too late to change your habits, pursue your passions or even reverse the effects of aging. In this episode, one of the nation’s top brain health experts and the fastest woman over 50 offer the same message: just do it.
Her body broke down before her beloved car — but 93-year-old Rachel Veitch wouldn’t have it any other way. Come along as Growing Bolder joins the viral video star for her last ride in her Mercury Comet Caliente.
Are you ready to transform your life? The nation’s top expert in finding the career of your dreams is here to show you the way. Plus, meet a man who walked into a raw food restaurant on a whim and planted the seeds to drastically change his life.
Fresh off her visit to the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Rachel Veitch is giving us all the backstage details of her big trip to Hollywood.
Our gal pal, 92-year-old Rachel Veitch, has really hit the big time. She recently flew to California to be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! We stopped by to see Rachel off as she was whisked to the airport in style.
Every day, we get questions about America’s favorite hard-driving, gun-toting nonagenarian. She shares her busy plans for the coming months and does something she’s never done before — allows someone else to get behind the wheel of her beloved Chariot.
This week’s guests include Carl Reiner, guitarist Bruce Kulic, happiness expert Rick Foster and we go Inside the Story with Rachel Veitch, a woman whose dedication to her car and independence have made her an Internet star.
We’re highlighting the Growing Bolder philosophy through the stories of men and women who prove how great life can be when you’re bold enough to pursue your passions.
We gave NBC National Correspondent Kerry Sanders a call and left a message, “Check out our story on Rachel.” Kerry called back in less than an hour. A week later, he was in town with a crew from “The Today Show.”