William Durant founded General Motors in 1908 and in less than seven years, the first World War broke out in Europe. Our troops became of a part of history in a fight to keep America the land of the free and certainly the home of the brave. At the time, there were fewer than 8,000 automobiles in America, many fueled by steam and electricity while only a few had gasoline engines. In 1910, Chevrolet and Cadillac became a part of GM and they soon set the pace of production, design and marketing innovation that automakers follow even today. During both World Wars, GM supplied allied forces with more goods than any other company, keeping great rapport with the military and providing as much support as possible. Many of the same plants that produced automobiles were converted during the World Wars to build tanks and other military vehicles for the war effort. In 1982, GM expanded today, is a leading automotive manufacturer in the U.S. and has become one of the most well known automotive brands worldwide. GM prides itself as a company that supports the community and those who risk their lives to keep our freedom as well as promote safety, quality and the creation lifelong customer relationships.
GM supports our troops
Since the beginning of World War I, GM has been a huge supporter of our United States military members. While they have offered a discount to service members on the purchase or lease of their vehicles, GM recently expanded its discount to include more vehicles and be available to more service personnel. One major change is that now, the military discount can be combined with the current rebates and incentives offered to every GM customers. Some of the great savings GM buyers can take advantage of are bonus cash, consumer cash, special trade-in allowances and special lease and finance rates. GM has made it a point to offer a discount to more military members than any other brand. The discount is offered to active duty, reserves, and veterans within one year of their discharge date and Retirees of the U.S. Military, including their spouses. GM wants to honor the bravery and sacrifice that our military members have displayed, and help them drive a vehicle they can be proud of. GM, especially Chevrolet, has long been a representation of what it means to be American, and this is proudly displayed in its commitment to our service members.
Are you a current, reserve or recently retired member of our United States military and shopping for a new car, truck or SUV? Then the team at Bruner Motors wants to help you get a great deal on a new vehicle! Browse our website or come see us in person and let us have you driving home in a new car, truck or SUV to say thank you!…