It's Baaaaaack: GM's Employee Discount for Friends and Family

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago

One place you won’t find news of New GM’s reanimation of Old GM’s family and friends discount: GM’s website. To quote the Corleones, “you gotta be family.” Head to www.gmfamilyfirst.com, as the notification below specifies:

It’s back: GM Employee Discount for Friends

Share your savings all month long. Get your authorization number by September 30, 2009, through the GM Employee Discount for Friends program and share employee pricing with anyone who owns a competitive vehicle. Everything you need is online just go to gmfamilyfirst.com to request your authorization number.

All active salaried GM employees can request two GM Employee Discount for Friends authorization numbers now through September 30, 2009. Plus, your friends can combine employee pricing with most current incentives for an even better deal. PASS IT ON. Help your friends get a great deal on a new vehicle with the GM Employee Discount for Friends today!



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  • Amjaley Amjaley on Sep 16, 2009

    I am new to the forum. I am trying to buy a gm car and am wondering if anyone employee can help me with a authorization number so that I can get a friends discount. greatly appericiated. amjaley

  • Amjaley Amjaley on Sep 19, 2009

    Hi Christy garwood can you e-mail me at amjaley@aol.com. I would like to take you up on this offer. I am in the market for a gm car. thank you

  • Kwik_Shift_Pro4X The push for EV's is part of the increase in our premiums. Any damage near the battery pack and the car is a total loss.
  • Geozinger Up until recently this was on my short list of cars to replace my old car. However, it didn't pass the "knee test" with my wife as her bad knee makes it difficult for her to get in and out of a sedan. I saw a number of videos about the car and it seems like the real deal as a sporting sedan. In addition I like the low price, too, but it was bad luck/timing that we didn't get to pull the trigger on this one.
  • ToolGuy I agree with everyone here. Of course there are exceptions to what I just said, don't take everything so literally. The important thing is that I weighed in with my opinion, which is helping to move things forward. I believe we can all agree that I make an important contribution (some will differ, that is their prerogative). A stitch in time saves nine. Life isn't fair, you know. I have more to say but will continue at our next meeting. You can count on that, for I am a man of my word. We will make it happen. There might be challenges. I mean, it is what it is. This too shall pass. All we can do is all we can do. These meetings are never really long enough for me to completely express all the greatness within me, are they? Let's meet to discuss. All in a day's work. After all, Rome wasn't built in a day. At the end of the day, I must say I agree with you. I think you will agree. When all is said and done, there is more said than done. But of course that is just one man's opinion. You are free to disagree. As I like to say...(I am working on my middle management skills -- how am I doing?)
  • Golden2husky Have to say he did an excellent job on the C7, especially considering the limited budget he was given. I am very happy with my purchase.
  • Marty The problem isn't range; it's lack of electricity in multi-unit building parking. All you need is level 1 - a standard 120v wall socket - and if you're plugged in 10 hours overnight you get 280 miles per week or more. That's enough for most folks but you can use public charging to supplement when needed. Installing conduit circuits and outlets is simple and cheap; no charge stations needed.
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