Chevrolet India has introduced special discount schemes, test drives and other offers for teachers to recognize their contribution and express gratitude for their indispensable service. The offer allows teachers to avail special benefits on Chevrolet cars for the entire month of September.
As a part of this activation, Chevrolet had organized Teachers connect week last month where in dealerships across India displayed cars in Schools/Colleges/Institutes and launched Test Drive campaign in Engineering, medical, MBA and other professional institutes. Major events were organized at 73 locations across India where brochures, leaflets and product portfolio were handed over to enable them to choose the car of their choice.
“Keeping customers at the center of everything we do is one of the key values at Chevrolet. We have been making continuous efforts to better engage with our customers to show that ‘We Care’. Through this initiative, Chevrolet strives to acknowledge the community of teachers for their service towards the society,” said Hardeep Brar, VP, Sales & Network, GM India.
Through its Complete Care program, Chevrolet aims to demonstrate to its customers that they care about their ownership experience. One key element of the Chevrolet Complete Care Program is the Chevrolet promise that ensures upfront transparency on cost of service, especially maintenance while transforming the customer perception of high cost of ownership. This is further supported by world class warranty, roadside assistance and customer care center.
Teachers can head to the nearest Chevrolet showroom and avail special discount schemes and offers for doctors that will be over and above regular consumer offers. For more details on the schemes and offers contact: 1800-3000-8080 or log on to www.chevrolet.com.
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