Because those who serve deserve a great discount. At Chevrolet, we are proud to extend our military discount to Active Duty members, Reserves, Veterans within one year of discharge date and Retirees — including their spouses — of the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines, National Guard and Coast Guard. This great value gives you a special discounted price below the MSRP†. Plus, you can combine this discount with most current offers to save even more. USAA members also receive an additional $750 private offer†.
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Chevrolet and its dealers are proud to give back to the men and women who protect our country. In addition to offering the Military Discount Program, Chevrolet supports the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans, works with Cell Phones for Soldiers, currently employs nearly 5,000 veterans and is proud to be the Official Vehicle of the Army-Navy Game. Explore the icons to see the many ways Chevrolet shows its military appreciation.
To show gratitude to those who serve, talented Chevy engineers partnered with students from Michigan Technological University to develop a better, more efficient hand cycle for the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans. Designed to be more comfortable, durable and portable, the new cycles help athletes live life without limits.
Your support and generosity play a major role in helping these athletes move forward. There are many ways to help — from individual donations to corporate sponsorships. You can even purchase an entire hand cycle to be used by an Achilles athlete in competition for just $3,500.
The Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans comprises true athletes who have overcome life-changing injuries by competing in various marathons across the country. Their competitive spirit was captured at the Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank International Marathon, where each cyclist showed their skill, strength, dedication and determination. The video showcases these riders as they give their all while inspiring others.
For a serviceman or woman deployed far from home, the comfort of a loved one’s voice is priceless. But these phone calls are expensive, sometimes up to $7 or $8 per minute. By donating a gently used cell phone, you can help soldiers stay connected while they’re away on duty.
The Cell Phones for Soldiers program, which was founded by two teenagers with just $21 of their own money, recycles donated cell phones and uses the money to purchase calling cards. These calling cards allow our troops to stay in contact with family and friends back home free of charge.
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GM employs nearly 5,000 veterans and has close to 45,000 current retirees who have served in the military. To help expand this effort, GM Service Technical College is working on a number of initiatives that encourage the hiring of returning veterans. With help from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Chamber Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program, GM is providing dealerships with free access to over 400 Hiring Our Heroes job fairs that connect them to veteran applicants with a diverse array of skills. The Hiring Our Heroes initiative has helped more than 200,000 returning military service members and their spouses find training, career counseling and employment opportunities.
In July of 2014, General Motors along with the U.S. Army and Raytheon Company announced the Shifting Gears Automotive Technician Training Program. The Shifting Gears program provides eligible transitioning Army soldiers with skills to become service technicians at GM dealerships after they return to civilian life.
Chevrolet has been the Official Vehicle of the Army-Navy Game since 2010. Arguably college football’s biggest rivalry, this historic gridiron matchup pits the U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen against the U.S. Military Academy Black Knights. Chevrolet’s military support is actually an extension of a century-long commitment to the armed forces by General Motors, including its role in producing armaments during two world wars. During WWII, GM and other automakers’ plants were converted to support the war effort, demonstrating the strategic importance of a strong U.S. manufacturing sector. This “Arsenal of Democracy” produced combat vehicles and related components for use on land and sea, engines for bomber and cargo airplanes, and guns and shells.
Today, GM and Chevrolet support military service members and their families in other ways.
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