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Atlanta Event: GM Project Outreach this Saturday March 26 – Food, Music and Fun Activities
MEET YOUR CAR MAKER!
At GM we have a renewed focus on our customers. And we’re here to listen to you. On March 26, you’re invited to meet with key GM executives for an open discussion on any questions or suggestions you might have. We want to know what’s on your mind.
We’re here to listen, not sell. This is a chance for us to get feedback from the people who matter most, our customers. We look forward to seeing you soon. More importantly, we look forward to listening.
The program is actually called GM Outreach. General Motors has chosen nine Chevy dealers in the U.S. to come out and get a “hands on feel” to allow their employees to experience what operating a dealership is all about. Corporate executives, engineers, designers, marketers, etc. will take over three Atlanta dealerships this Saturday, March 26.
Got a question about GM and Chevy's future? Want to ask an engineer about a technical aspect of your Chevy? Want to ask a designer about the future look of the new cars? Want to get a price on a new Chevy from a Corporate Executive? Test drive a GM car?
There will be food, fun, activities, door prizes and special deals on new cars. Of course, there is no charge to attend.
Project Outreach will be taking place this Saturday, March 26 from 10am-6pm at three different dealers in the Atlanta area. In addition to having free food, music and fun activities for the family, we’ll be having GM Employees from Detroit on-hand should you want to ask them something directly.
GM has events happening at three different dealers (Carl Black Buick-GMC, Hennessy Cadillac and Jim Ellis Chevrolet), all who are eager to meet with consumers and host you and your family:
Carl Black Buick-GMC – Kennesaw
Hennessy Cadillac – Duluth