On June 1, GM started a new program that provides first responders with a discount on GM vehicles, and as a Chevy dealer, Moran Chevrolet is proud to be a part of that deal.
The program is called the GM First Responder Discount program and it is available to eligible paid or volunteer firefighters, police, sheriff deputies, correctional officers, state troopers, federal law enforcement officers, EMTs/ paramedics and 911 dispatchers.
The GM First Responder Discount program offers a discount on all Chevrolet vehicles. GM is using First Responder ID (ID.me) to verify the eligibility criteria of firefighters (paid or volunteer), police (police officers, sheriff deputies, correctional officers, state troopers, federal law enforcement officers, border patrol agents and EMTs/ paramedics. Once the individual has been verified they can obtain an Authorization Code for the discount, and bring the code along with a copy of their driver’s license (with the license number redacted) to the dealership.
The discount is available for up to two vehicles per calendar year. Offer valid from 06/01/2018 to 01/02/2019.
First Responder Discount Program "Tell All Journey"
Take a look at the pics below from our ongoing journey to tell all First Responders about this amazing new program!!
Our first stop on the "Tell All Journey" we stopped at the Fort Gratiot Fire Department
It was a great day meeting with the Fort Gratiot Fire Department! We met some really amazing people that day!
The second stop on our "Tell All Journey" we stopped at the St. Clair County Sheriffs Office Detention and Intervention Center. We spoke with a very kind person at the desk and as we were talking we noticed a Safe Medication Disposal drop box.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
If you have/need to dispose of old, unneeded or found medication, there is a Safe Medication Disposal drop box located at the St. Clair County Sheriffs Office Detention and Intervention Center. 1170 Michigan Rd, Port Huron, MI 48060
The fourth stop on our “Tell All Journey”, we stopped at the Customs and Border Patrol Station.
Located at the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, MI.
This program extends to all Federal Law Enforcement, Customs and Border Patrol agents.
We didn't want to break any rules so we took this chance to get a great picutre with the beautiful Blue Water Bridge!
The next stop on our “Tell All Journey”, we stopped at Tri-Hospital EMS. EMTs/Paramedics qualify! It was great meeting everyone at Tri-Hospital!! Did you know they have over 20 vehicles in service watching over us all, ready to haul!?!
Kimball Twp. Fire Department was the next stop on our "Tell All Journey"!
As we walked in the team immediately looked at us and said "We recognize you! We have seen your Facebook posts!!"
We were so happy to hear that!!! This program is for those that put themselves before us and we were very thankful that we could meet these fine heroes to tell them about the program. All Firefighters, Paid or Volunteer qualify!