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If you are a member of a participating state Farm Bureau for at least 30 days, you can enter your information below to print a certificate worth $500 towards the lease or purchase of your next GM vehicle.
Printing is easy; just enter your Membership ID Number and Zip code below. The certificate should appear after you click 'submit'. If you do not see "Download your certificate" below, you may not have reached your 30 day membership mark or you need to contact your state for further assistance.
Since 1919, Farm Bureau® (FB) has been working to make the business of agriculture more profitable, and helping its more than 6 million member families to make their communities a better place to live. One of many ways that FB helps is by seeking ways to enhance the economic value of membership in FB. One of these exciting benefits of membership comes with an outstanding relationship with America's largest automaker, General Motors® (GM), Official Sponsor of the American Farm Bureau.
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Must be a Farm Bureau member in a participating state to receive this discount. Want to join? Select your state and join today! Not available in AZ, GA, IL, IA, KS, MI, MS, MO, or TN. Call your state Farm Bureau to request this discount.
Offer available through 6/30/14. Available on all 2014 and 2015 Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles. This offer available with all other offers, excluding discounted pricing (employee, dealership employee and supplier pricing). Only customers who have been active members of an eligible Farm Bureau for a minimum of 30 days will be eligible to receive a certificate. Customers can obtain certificates at www.fbverify.com/gm. Farm Bureau and the FB logo are registered service marks of the American Farm Bureau Federation and are used herein under license by General Motors. Certificates do expire. Program subject to change without notice. See dealer for complete details.
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