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GM Officially Launches Business Elite Program for Fleet Customers

March 01, 2013

GM officially launched the new Business Elite program at 469 GMC and Chevrolet dealerships nationwide on March 1, 2013.
GM officially launched the new Business Elite program at 469 GMC and Chevrolet dealerships nationwide on March 1, 2013.

General Motors has officially launched its new Business Elite program for its fleet customers. The program designates 469 participating Chevrolet and GMC dealerships as members of the program. These dealers will provide priority service and hours to fleet customers; offer them business financing and leasing options; handle remarketing and disposal; offer work-ready loaner vehicles; and offer 24-hour towing service. GM added that these dealerships will have a team of expert sales consultants on staff who are familiar with fleet customers' business needs and can help them select the right vechicles for the job. GM said the program targets small-to-mid-size businesses with one to 100 vehicles.

You can find out more about the Business Elite program at GM’s website at gmfleet.com/business-elite-dealers. You can also read Automotive Fleet’s previous coverage of GM’s new Business Elite program here.

GM Fleet and Commercial added that it launched the Business Choice program for small businesses in January. It offers a two-year, 30,000-mile business maintenance plan, and a cash allowance for vehicle accessories or upfits. You can read more about the Business Choice program here.

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