Created: 10/10/13 (Thu) | Topic: Benefits
$500 incentive extended to all GM models
Effective immediately the standard $500 Farm Bureau incentive available to members for acquiring eligible GM vehicles has been extended to include Buick Encore and Chevrolet Volt models.
“This change to the vehicle incentive program means all Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models are now eligible for the popular $500 incentive without exclusions,” said Ron Gaskill, executive director, American Farm Bureau, Inc.
Of special interest to farmers and ranchers, Chevrolet and GMC recently revealed the all-new 2014 models of the Silverado HD and Sierra HD full-size pickups, featuring segment-leading capabilities across the range including the highest payload – 7,374 pounds – and the highest conventional trailering rating – 19,600 pounds.
Continuing through April 1, Chevrolet and GMC are offering exclusively to Farm Bureau members in participating states an additional $1,000 incentive on the acquisition of any new 2013 and 2014 regular cab, heavy-duty (2500/3500 series) truck. This is in addition to the standard $500 Farm Bureau incentive, which brings the total Farm Bureau incentive on Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra HD models to $1,500.
Farm Bureau members are eligible for discounts if they have been members for at least 60 consecutive days in a state that participates in the FB Member Advantage! program with General Motors. Farm Bureau members in all but nine states are eligible when the 60-day membership requirement is met.
To take advantage of the discounts, Farm Bureau members log onto fbverify.com/gm and enter their membership number and zip code. If eligible, the information will be verified and a certificate will appear that must be printed and taken to the dealership of choice for presentation to the sales person. There is no limit to the number of certificates that a member may print or use, although certificates do expire after 60 days.
General Motors is the official vehicle sponsor of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
More information on the GM benefit here.