Special discount provided for U.S. Military personnel at Nissan of Victoria

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Local dealership offers $500 off any new vehicle as a token of gratitude to service members

The $500 in savings can be further combined with all current national and regional incentives.

Those who have served in the military can obtain a special discount on a new vehicle at Nissan of Victoria. The dealership, which serves Victoria and the surrounding area, offers $500 savings on any new Nissan model to Active, Reserve and Retired U.S. Military personnel. The offer is the business’s way of providing a small token of thanks for such individuals’ service to the country.

The $500 in savings can be further combined with all current national and regional incentives. In this manner, Nissan of Victoria aims to help qualifying individuals receive maximum savings on their new ride. The dealership cheekily refers to their offer as “Operation: Appreciation.”

As stated above, the discount is available to U.S. Military Personnel who fall under Active, Reserve or Retired status. If Retired, the individual in question must have completed 20 years of Active or Reserve duty. Those of Veteran status also qualify, but must be within 24 months of separation from Active or Reserve duty.

Those who wish to take advantage of the Military Appreciation Offer at Nissan of Victoria must provide verifiable proof of military status or active service at the time of purchase. Such proof can be in the form of a:

  • Leave and Earning Statement
  • Military ID card
  • DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty

Those intrigued by the offer above can learn more on the Nissan of Victoria website at http://www.nissanofvictoria.com. The dealership can also be contacted via telephone by dialing 361-221-8219. Finally, those who wear a mask and practice responsible social distancing procedures may head to the dealership location itself at 6003 N. Navarro St., Victoria.

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