New 2009 Buick Cars on Sale through Labor Day Weekend in Illinois
Just days after Bill Sullivan Pontiac announced its merger with Joe Mitchell Buick GMC, the Illinois car dealer is already making waves for the upcoming Labor Day weekend. Adding to GMC’s popular employee discount program on 2008 models, Sullivan Pontiac Buick GMC announces supplier pricing on all 2009 Buick models. The program is an extension of GMC’s ‘You Pay What We Pay’ incentive program. Information about this limited time special is available at http://buick.dealerillinois.com/
Consumers in the market for a new 2009 Buick cars can get instant price quotes at http://buick.dealerillinois.com . The merger with Joe Mitchell Buick GMC was officially closed on August 21, 2008 and Jeff Sullivan wasted no time celebrating with incentives and specials for the Illinois car market. Bill Sullivan Pontiac has enjoyed the luxury of being the number one retailer for the past thirteen years in Illinois. It’s easy to see why Sullivan Pontiac Buick GMC, Inc plans to remain number one for many years to come.
The Cook County Buick promotion, which ends September 2, 2008, is just the beginning of a bevy of specials that will be put forth by the Arlington Heights dealership which now offers all makes and models of Pontiac, Buick and GMC cars under one roof. Owner Jeff Sullivan stated, “We’re excited about the new merger and we want Illinois car shoppers to be just as excited. This new platform gives us the opportunity to offer great savings and more selection to car shoppers.”
Sullivan BPG is located in Cook County Illinois and serves GMC customers in nearby DuPage County, Lake County and McHenry County.
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777 West Dundee Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
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