San Francisco Toyota Offers Military Rebate to Eligible U.S. Military Personnel

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Eligible Military Members Can Receive Deal on Purchase or Lease.

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Eligible members of the U.S. military can get a rebate on new Toyota vehicles, including the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime, at San Francisco Toyota.

To honor a kind of sacrifice like no other, San Francisco Toyota is offering a discount to eligible United States military personnel as a small gesture of gratitude for their service to the country.

The Bay-area dealership is participating in the automaker’s nationwide initiative to provide a $500 rebate to eligible U.S. military members to use toward any new Toyota vehicle that is purchased or leased from San Francisco Toyota. This rebate is available for active U.S. military personnel, household members of eligible U.S. military personnel (including Gold Star families), U.S. military retirees and U.S. military veterans who are within two years of their discharge.

Those eligible who wish to receive this offer must provide proof of their military status or active service at the time they are purchasing or leasing the new Toyota vehicle. This could be a leave or earning statement, a military ID card, a DD Form 214 or a certificate of release or discharge from active duty. They must also be receiving a qualifying salary and have credit approval by Toyota Financial Services. Other limitations may apply, so anyone interested is invited to contact San Francisco Toyota for the full details.

San Francisco Toyota is taking precautions to help keep customers and employees safe while at their two locations. These precautions include mandatory face mask wearing for customers and employees, social distancing, sanitation stations, daily symptom and health checks, unaccompanied extended test drives, available contactless delivery of vehicles to homes, the disinfecting of vehicles after service and more. Online shopping tools are also available for those who wish to complete most of the buying process before setting foot on the dealership lot.

Those who wish to learn more about the military rebate program, or any other initiative, available at San Francisco Toyota are encouraged to visit http://www.sftoyota.com or call 415-504-1947 for details.

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