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GMPP announced today that they will discount all GM's 2014 and 2015 models 'till December 31st! Only exceptions: Spark Ev and Z28 Camaro.

[Media.GM]GM Offers Vehicle Discounts to Education Community!

Beginning today through Jan. 2, 2015, current employees of a public or private school, university or college are eligible to participate in the new GM Educator Discount program and receive a significant discount on the purchase or lease of a new 2015 or 2014 Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle.

“GM values the work our educators and support staff are doing across the county to create a strong, responsible workforce for the future,” said Linda Stouffer, manager, Vehicle Purchase Programs. “The GM Educator Discount is our way of showing our support and appreciation for everyone in the education community.”

All 2015 and 2014 Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models are eligible except the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 and Spark EV.

GM is currently supporting the National Education Association’s 2014 NEA Expo taking place through Wednesday at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

For more information about the GM Educator Discount, please visit www.gmeducatordiscount.com.

Teachers employed by state or municipal governments may be subject to restrictions limiting their ability to participate in the program and the offer is void unless permitted by state and municipal laws, regulations, rules, ordinances, policies, codes of conduct and other directives or standards regarding ethics and gift acceptance by state and municipal employees. Those accepting this offer verify that it complies with all restrictions regarding ethics and applicable gift acceptance.[/quote]
 

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It's a good discount, just priced my car for comparison and it came up $50.00 higher than supplier price
MSRP $56,980.00
Educator discount price: $52,052.00
 

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Thanks for posting elegant. Very nice and well earned opportunity for our education community! :cool:
 
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GMPP announced today that they will discount all GM's 2014 and 2015 models 'till December 31st! Only exceptions: Spark Ev and Z28 Camaro.

[Media.GM]GM Offers Vehicle Discounts to Education Community!

Beginning today through Jan. 2, 2015, current employees of a public or private school, university or college are eligible to participate in the new GM Educator Discount program and receive a significant discount on the purchase or lease of a new 2015 or 2014 Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle.

“GM values the work our educators and support staff are doing across the county to create a strong, responsible workforce for the future,” said Linda Stouffer, manager, Vehicle Purchase Programs. “The GM Educator Discount is our way of showing our support and appreciation for everyone in the education community.”

All 2015 and 2014 Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models are eligible except the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 and Spark EV.

GM is currently supporting the National Education Association’s 2014 NEA Expo taking place through Wednesday at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

For more information about the GM Educator Discount, please visit www.gmeducatordiscount.com.

Teachers employed by state or municipal governments may be subject to restrictions limiting their ability to participate in the program and the offer is void unless permitted by state and municipal laws, regulations, rules, ordinances, policies, codes of conduct and other directives or standards regarding ethics and gift acceptance by state and municipal employees. Those accepting this offer verify that it complies with all restrictions regarding ethics and applicable gift acceptance.
Wow, this made my day. Is there any indication or reason to think this will end permanently on 1/2/15, or more likely will it be continued? I realize this is a speculative question but wondering what people think.
 

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I would suggest taking it at face value and expect it to expire when they say it will.
 
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