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Michigan Chevrolet Dealer First to Show New Business Central Identity Workmen

February 21, 2006

DETROIT – Joe Panian Chevrolet in Southfield, Mich., is the first dealership to install the new signage signifying it as a commercial dealer. General Motors is rolling out the Business Central theme to establish its Chevrolet and GMC commercial dealers as a one-stop shop for business owners looking for information on services and products to meet their specific business vehicle needs. GM has 522 U.S. Chevrolet and GMC dealers who specialize in selling and servicing commercial vehicles to a wide range of businesses.
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