Centennial Buick Pontiac GMC gives back


Centennial Buick Pontiac GMC gave back recently with a drawing to win an off-road vehicle. Janos Farkas and his family won a Yamaha Rhino ATV on Feb. 16 from the dealership, located in northwest Las Vegas.

"We wanted to give something back to the community during these tough economic times and this was our way of saying thank you to our customers," said George Glenn, general sales manager.

The day of the drawing was a festive one at the dealership and it showed there is something positive to talk about in this time of negative news.

"Our goal here, since we took over this store in early 2008, was to make sure we always put the customer first and come up with ways to give them something more than just a great deal," Glenn said. "When the economy started taking a turn for the worst, most auto dealers cut back on things like giveaways, but we didn't and I think our customers appreciate that."

Centennial Buick Pontiac GMC offers up a large inventory of vehicles ranging from the small-but-fuel-efficient Pontiac Vibe to the powerful GMC Sierra Truck. The newest additions to the BPG lineup includes the all-new Pontiac G3, the Yukon Hybrid and the Buick Enclave. The 34-miles-per-gallon G3 starts at $14,995 and will be available this spring. The 2009 Yukon Hybrid combines the size and power most families need with the fuel efficiency of a hybrid, and the 5-Star-crash-test-rated Buick Enclave has been getting rave reviews from parents for safety and was named the "2009 Mother-Proof Car of The Year" by motherproof.com.

Centennial Buick Pontiac GMC is located at 6501 Centennial Center Blvd. and can be found at centennialgmc.com.

 

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