Landers McLarty Chevrolet’s outreach helps schools

With its School Reward Program, Landers McLarty Chevrolet will donate $100 to a local school of the buyer's choice with purchase of any new or pre-owned Chevrolet. CONTRIBUTED
With its School Reward Program, Landers McLarty Chevrolet will donate $100 to a local school of the buyer’s choice with purchase of any new or pre-owned Chevrolet. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Landers McLarty Chevrolet is proud to announce their School Rewards Program that is open now through Nov. 30.
With the purchase of any new or pre-owned Chevrolet from the dealership, customers have the option to request a $100 check be written to a school of their choice in North Alabama.
Dealership spokesman Tim Krentel wanted to think outside-of-the-box and find a way to give even more to Tennessee Valley schools. “Landers McLarty is excited to see the program grow and to help support a variety of different local school programs,” Krentel said.
For Landers McLarty Chevrolet, community outreach is a priority. The new and pre-owned vehicle inventory gives a wide range of choice to each individual client.
In addition, the dealership prides itself on fair pricing. Individuals can depend on a friendly atmosphere before and after a sale and have confidence in being treated right. “We love to hear you say, ‘That’s my Chevy!'” Krentel said.
“Join us in our 4930 University Drive location or give us a call at 855-596-6518, where we are thrilled to help you in whatever way we can,” Krentel said.
In other outreach campaigns, Landers McLarty Chevrolet supports the Still Serving Veterans organization and Autism Resource Foundation. The dealership recently presented the Village of Providence Car Show.
“On Oct. 14, we’ll sponsor another ‘James Clemens Kick for a Truck’ event at the Jets homecoming game against the Bucks from Buckhorn High School,” Krentel said.
Showroom hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m.
For more information regarding the rewards program, visit the Landers McLarty Chevrolet Showroom or call Krentel at 256-527-7706 or 256-602-4835, visit landersmclartychevrolet.com or Facebook/Landers McLarty Chevrolet.

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