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GM extends Invest in America to end of year
PLYMOUTH, Mich. (4/14/09)--General Motors (GM) has expanded its participation in Invest in America until Dec. 31. Previously, GM planned for the promotion to run through the end of March. Invest in America is a credit union auto loan discount program offered by GM and Chrysler. Under the extension, consumers will receive discounts on any eligible new vehicle through the end of the year. “As over 1,200 credit unions continue to promote the ‘Invest in America’ credit union member discounts, the automakers are seeing great results with first-time and returning buyers,” said David Adams, CUCorp CEO. “This is causing them to take this program serious. The contract extension reflects GM’s satisfaction with the program and we continue to hope for a long-term, mutually beneficial partnership between GM and credit unions.” Chrysler is offering a Credit Union Member Cash Discount through June 30. Invest in America launched in December. More than 73,000 vehicles have been sold through the Invest in America program, according to the Invest in America website, lovemycreditunion.org.
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