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Friday, 6 November 2015
USA - GM is proud to announce an extension in it's Military discount scheme on Chevy, Buick and GMC Models.
Generous discounts expanded to include more than 23 million veterans
Beginning today through Jan. 4, 2016, more than 23 million veteran U.S. military personnel and their spouses can join active duty, reserved and retired service personnel in receiving the GM Military Discount on eligible Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models.
“As current and former members of our armed forces celebrate Veterans Day and the holidays with their families, we want to show our appreciation for their service,” said Steve Hill, GM vice president of U.S. sales and service.
“Working with key partners like Building for America’s Bravest, Hiring Our Heroes, and the Achilles Freedom Team, we hope to do even more to continue GM’s 100-year legacy of commitment to the brave men and women of the U.S. military.”
First offered in 2008, the GM Military Discount features pricing below the suggested retail price for eligible vehicles. Typically, the program is available only to active-duty, reserves, retirees and veterans and spouses within a year of discharge. The expanded program extends the discount regardless of separation date.
To learn more, visit
gmmilitarydiscount.com or ChevySalutes.com.
GM military support
The GM Military Discount is one way GM continues to support the U.S. military. Forged when its factories were transformed into the Arsenal of Democracy during World War II, GM’s commitment to hiring and helping veterans is stronger than ever.
In 2015, GM was recognized by G.I. Jobs, Military Spouse, Military Times and the State of Michigan for strong support of its more than 5,000 employees who are veterans
As a national supporter of Hiring Our Heroes, GM has helped organize more than 900 job fairs where partner companies have hired more than 500,000 veterans since 2012.
Through ongoing support of the Achilles Freedom Team and Building for America’s Bravest, GM helps the most seriously wounded veterans recover.