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CNLA and General Motors have partnered to offer members across the country a competitive discount program on fleet purchases or fleet leases on their new/unused GM vehicle.

Effective May 1, 2016 - Administration increases to $200 per vehicle
As of May 1, 2016, the GMC administration fee for processing membership confirmation letters has been increased to $200 per vehicle. This is the first time the fee has been raised since the program's inception in 1998.  The proceeds are shared between CNLA and the provincial association that the purchaser belongs to.  The GMC Member Savings Program continues to be one of the most utilized programs, offering significant discounts to CNLA members. 
 
The 2016 vehicle discount list is now available.  Members receive significant discounts on select new/unused GMC vehicles.  Contact the Member Services Team for rate details.
 
How it works:
  • Members are encouraged to inform their fleet manager or fleet sales person that they are a member of the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association and they are entitled to Competitive Assistance or Fleet Assistance.
  • The CNLA program is very competitive, unfortunately it cannot be used in combination with any other incentive available.
  • In order for a member to receive the discount at a dealership, CNLA must send the sales rep at the dealership a letter confirming the membership, along with a processing code
  • There is a $200 administration fee* per vehicle that must be paid by the member to CNLA before the membership confirmation letter will be sent. ($400 for FIHOQ, ISAO and Flowers Canada Growers' Ontario members)
  • Information required for letter: VIN (serial) number of the vehicle(s) you are purchasing, name and email of your sales rep at the dealership
  • Vehicles must be registered under the CNLA member company name.
For more information regarding specific discount amounts or the complexities of this offer, please contact the CNLA Member Services Team at 1.888.446.3499 or info@cnla-acpp.ca.

There are many programs and discounts out there. CNLA urges all members to compare these programs to the CNLA discount and encourage members to do what is best for themselves. 

Please note that asking for your discount after a purchase is strongly not advised. This creates a host of problems for the dealership, CNLA and mostly you, the member, because you lose out on substantial savings. WHY? Dealerships are not in the practice of going back on a deal once it had been processed, and they have every right to do so. They are not under any obligation to "re-do" a deal. Please be mindful of that when deciding your purchase.

 

 

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Économisez sur les nouveaux véhicules GM 2015. Des frais d'administration de 100 $ s'appliquent, le programme n'est pas cumulatif et ne peut être jumelé à toute autre promotion de détail incluant un taux de financement à 0 % ou tout autre taux spécial. Téléphonez à l'ACPP pour plus de détails, 1.888.446.3499.
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