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Nissan’s Gatlinburg Fire Offer Expires January 3

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The fires in Gatlinburg, Tennessee were devastating for those in the area, with many families losing many (if not all) of their possessions and their homes. Many organizations are rallying around the community from within (like Dolly Parton’s recovery program) and without (such as the American Red Cross) to help them recover and rebuild their lives. One business looking to help alleviate the strain of this loss is Nissan North America, which is based in Tennessee, but residents looking for help must apply before January 3, 2017.

Qualifying individuals who live in the area affected by the wildfires and suffered damage to their vehicle or complete loss are currently eligible to receive employee pricing on Nissan cars and trucks through their local dealership. The application for assistance must be submitted to Nissan for a claim ID before January 3, 2017 to be eligible for the program. Once the ID has been issued, it cannot be transferred outside of a household, and is limited to one claim per vehicle that was damaged in the fire. Besides employee pricing, buyers can also take advantage of additional incentives, and any purchases made through Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC) may be eligible to delay payment for up to three months to help the families get back on their feet before taking on a car payment.

This is a similar setup as the one used by Hurricane Matthew victims earlier this year. If you have any questions at all, please visit your local dealership or visit Nissan’s Vehicle Purchase Program page and scroll to the bottom for Natural Disaster Relief.