GM Extends its Military Discount to Three Years After Discharge
Chevrolet, along with all of GM's brands, has extended its military discount for up to three years after discharge.
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General Motors has announced that all four of its brands — Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac — have extended their military discount for all military personnel to up to three years after discharge.
Soldiers and sailors, as well as members of their immediate families, qualify for a special discount on new vehicles at participating dealers.
The discount will be extended to all active duty members, reserve members, and retired military members. This will cover members of the United States Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, and the National Guard for a special discount on new vehicles at participating dealers.
“Supporting service members and their families is truly part of our fabric at GM,” says Steve Hill, vice president of U.S. sales, service, and marketing at GM. “Extending the discount to three years post-service allows military families to settle back into civilian life and take the time they need before purchasing a new vehicle.”
For four years in a row, GM — which employs more than 6,000 veterans — has been recognized as a top automotive employer for veterans and their spouses in the Military Times’ “Best for Vets” and Viqtory’s “Military Friendly Spouse and Gold Employer” rankings. The companies on these lists earn their rankings by recruiting and supporting veterans and military families.