GM Increases Military Discount Incentives
In an effort to support the brave men and women and their families that sacrifice so much for our country, General Motors recently announced it has upgraded its Military Discount Program to offer even greater savings.
The discount program will now offer savings of up to $5,005 off MSRP on select Chevrolet, Buick, or GMC cars and trucks. According to GM, this discount can be combined with the most current incentives, including bonus cash, consumer cash, GM Card Earnings and trade-in allowance.
The GM Military Discount Program is reportedly available to more military members than any other brand, including active duty, reserves, veterans within one year of discharge date, and military retirees and their spouses.
For more information on the discount program, visit www.gmmilitarydiscount.com.
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