New program offers GM vehicle discounts to Farm Bureau members
» October 18, 2011 «
Discounts on General Motors vehicles are now available through a partnership between the California Farm Bureau Federation and General Motors Corp. The discounts include a $500 manufacturer incentive—exclusively for Farm Bureau members—on a purchase or lease at participating dealers. Fleet vehicles also qualify for the $500 incentive.
The partnership features Chevrolet cars and trucks, GMC trucks and Buick cars as part of the GM Vehicle Incentive Program. There is no limit to the number of vehicles that may be bought or leased using the incentive.
"Farmers and ranchers depend on their vehicles every day to do everything from hauling equipment, cattle and horses to transporting fruits and vegetables to market," California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger said. "This partnership with GM allows Farm Bureau members to save money when they buy a new car or truck and is one more example of the benefits of Farm Bureau membership."
To be eligible for the discount, customers must have been members of a county Farm Bureau in California for a minimum of 60 days, based on the delivery date of the vehicle.
A nationwide partnership with Farm Bureau also includes GM participation at the American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Meeting as well as sponsorship of the Young Farmers & Ranchers program. GM will be the exclusive vehicle sponsor of the American Farm Bureau YF&R organization, providing a vehicle to the national winners of its Discussion Meet, Achievement Award and Excellence in Agriculture programs.
For more information about the vehicle discount and other benefits available to Farm Bureau members in California, see www.cfbf.com/benefits or call toll-free, 800-698-FARM.
The California Farm Bureau Federation works to protect family farms and ranches on behalf of approximately 76,500 members statewide and as part of a nationwide network of nearly 6.3 million Farm Bureau members.
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