The Chrysler Premier Event gives buyers a chance at a free new vehicle

Last night, the Chrysler Group’s 2011 Premier Event began with special incentives on new models, including $25 gift cards and a chance at a free 2011 vehicle just for stopping in and taking a test drive.

The Premier Event, which incorporates the Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, and Ram brands, is an eight day promotion aimed at putting consumers behind the wheel of one of the company’s 16 new or revised 2011 models. When a customer stops in they get a chance to “Spin to Win”, with the grand prize being a free 2011 Chrysler, Dodge, Ram or Jeep vehicle with a value equal to or less than $30,000.

This event is aimed at existing Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep and Ram owners or dealership customers who received an email or mailer with a promotional code that is required to receive the $25 gift card and to “Spin to Win”. However, if you are not on that list and did not receive an email inviting you to your local Chrysler Group dealership, you can visit the websites of your local dealerships to see if they are participating in the program. Chrysler states that 86% of dealerships in the US are participating, accounting for 1,965 total showrooms around the country. Should your local dealership be involved, there will be a link to click where you can sign up for the program. If you are not into the witchcraft of the interweb, stop by your local dealership for more information.

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The Chrysler Premier Event runs from now until March 23rd, so if you were invited to stop by your local dealership – or if you have signed up on your nearest dealership’s website, you only have 7 days left to check out the new 2011 Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram lineups while also getting a chance at winning a brand new Chrysler vehicle.

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