Chevy Cares Program Addresses Coronavirus Pandemic
To call COVID-19 the biggest current world event would be an understatement. It hasn’t taken long for the virus to begin affecting innumerable aspects of daily life for many people. Times are uncertain, and as the world slows down around us, it can be confusing and frightening. Thankfully, Chevrolet has our collective backs and has updated its Chevy Cares program to address concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
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About Chevy Cares
Over the years, the Chevy Cares program has done a lot of good in the world. This has included sponsoring youth events, supporting overseas troops, and donating to various charities. Among its better-known charitable work is its partnership with the American Cancer Society, which has seen millions of dollars raised for cancer research.
Chevy Cares also offers special accommodations to customers with extenuating financial and medical circumstances. They also ensure that certified dealerships are always prepared to provide vehicle maintenance and answer questions from drivers.
Here to help
This is where the current coronavirus pandemic enters the story. Recently, Chevy updated its webpage for the Chevy Cares program with information on how the brand is handling the situation. “We know that these are uncertain and challenging times, and your vehicle should be the least of your worries,” the page’s introduction reads. “That’s why Chevrolet, your Chevrolet dealer and GM Financial are here and committed to helping you in any way we can – from answering your questions to servicing your vehicle and everything in-between.”
The remainder of the webpage promises drivers that their hotlines and dealerships are still operating through the crisis. Chevy is also offering drivers extra in-car data, extended financing on new vehicles, and more opportunities to shop from home. Thanks to GM’s partnership with the Red Cross’ SleevesUp blood donation program and Ventec Life Systems, the company is providing humanitarian support, as well.
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Things might be uncertain in this unprecedented time, but it’s reassuring to know that companies like Chevrolet are here to help.
Daniel DiManna hails from little Sylvania, Ohio. A graduate of Lourdes University with a degree in Fine Arts (which has thus far proven about as useful as a wet paper towel), Daniel’s hobbies/passions include film history, reading, fiction/non-fiction writing, sculpting, gaining weight, and adding more toys, posters, books, model kits, DVD’s, screen-used props, and other ephemera to his already shamefully monumental collection of Godzilla/movie monster memorabilia. His life goals include a return trip to Japan, getting a podcast off the ground, finishing his novel, and yes, buying even more monster toys. See more articles by Daniel.