GM supports Military and Veterans via discount program

Buying a new car can be tough, especially for military who may or may not be sent abroad at a moments notice. However, GM wants to make it a little easier for military and veterans to get into a new car.

“GM has supported the U.S. military for 100 years and we continue to be their strong allies,” said Steve Hill, GM vice president of U.S. sales and service. “This discount is just one way we’re thanking the men and women who’ve served our country.”

From May 1 through June 30, General Motors (GM) is giving all active, reserve, retired and veteran military members discounts on all eligible Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles, and can be combined with other current discounts.

“Our support also includes significant employment and training opportunities for our currently transitioning military and philanthropic support for organizations dedicated to serving those who have sacrificed so much,” Barrett said. Barrett is the Chief Diversity Officer at GM and is also a retired U.S. Navy Captain.

All branches of the service – Navy (Hooyah), Marines, Army, Air Force and Coast Guard – are eligible for the discount, along with their spouses.

The GM Military Discount program may not last forever, but the impression GM is making on veterans (including this one) will last forever.

For more information, please visit gmmilitarydiscount.com or ChevySalutes.com.