Hansel Toyota Advertises College Grad Rebate Program on New Toyota Models

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Hansel Toyota Advertises College Grad Rebate Program on New Toyota Models

Toyota has long been one of the most popular automakers in the United States. When people think of a Toyota model, they think of a stylish and efficient yet dependable automobile. Toyota prides itself on putting out high-quality vehicles at an affordable price that everyone can enjoy. Recent college graduates who are in the market for a new Toyota model can save big on a new lease or purchase at Hansel Toyota.

Here at Hansel Toyota, we know how difficult graduating college can be, and we would like to make post-graduate life a little easier for you. This is why Hansel Toyota is offering a $750 college graduate rebate on new Toyota Models. This rebate can go towards a newly purchased or leased Toyota model through our dealership and Toyota Financial Services. We want to help drivers get the perfect car for your future.

To be eligible for the  College graduate Rebate program, persons must have graduated from an accredited two or four-year college, university or technical college in the last two years, or are planning to graduate in the next six months. If a person is currently enrolled in a graduate program, or recently graduated from one, they are also eligible for the College Graduate Rebate program. Persons must also receive a qualifying salary, or have an offer showing salary. Persons must also be approved through Toyota Financial Services.

Those looking for more information on the College Graduate Rebate program and eligibility or would like to schedule a test drive, are encouraged to contact the dealership directly at (707) 709-8379 or on online at  https://www.hanseltoyota.com/. Hansel Toyota is located at 1125 Auto Center Drive in Petaluma, Calif. 94952.

Media Contact: Emily Garcia, Hansel Auto Group, (707) 543-7300, EGarcia@HanselAutomotive.com

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