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05-07-2013 09:14 PM
0II1II0 Just a heads up...last year on Memorial Day weekend they doubled the Military Rebate. I got $1000 of my JK!
05-07-2013 07:42 PM
SilverSport As a veteran I appreciated the extra $500 off the price of my new Jeep. As the others have said, Thanks Pat for your efforts in getting all veterans covered.
05-07-2013 07:34 PM
Shammy OShea
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Originally Posted by pat@fieldsauto.com View Post
I finally tracked down an email address for the head of incentives and am working on a letter explaining how this rebate should be available to any honorably discharged vet and should be able to be used as many times as that vet wants to use it. Whether it be for themselves, their kids, grand kids, brothers, sisters, parents, etc. I think any vet should be able to use it anytime they want, and not have to do it within 12 months of discharge.

The issue is diplomacy and my lack of it when I have my mind made up on something.
This is why I'll be taking a trip across the country when I decide to trade in my 09. You're a good man Pat.
05-07-2013 07:21 PM
asianhulk
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Originally Posted by pat@fieldsauto.com View Post
I finally tracked down an email address for the head of incentives and am working on a letter explaining how this rebate should be available to any honorably discharged vet and should be able to be used as many times as that vet wants to use it. Whether it be for themselves, their kids, grand kids, brothers, sisters, parents, etc. I think any vet should be able to use it anytime they want, and not have to do it within 12 months of discharge.

The issue is diplomacy and my lack of it when I have my mind made up on something.
Thanks again pat! I too was surprised, didn't even matter if I have my combat action ribbon
05-07-2013 06:09 PM
Sgt93
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Originally Posted by pat@fieldsauto.com View Post
I finally tracked down an email address for the head of incentives and am working on a letter explaining how this rebate should be available to any honorably discharged vet and should be able to be used as many times as that vet wants to use it. Whether it be for themselves, their kids, grand kids, brothers, sisters, parents, etc. I think any vet should be able to use it anytime they want, and not have to do it within 12 months of discharge.

The issue is diplomacy and my lack of it when I have my mind made up on something.
I can't believe it's not standard. I was dumbfounded when I began researching incentives last year before buying from you. If you are going to honor vets, do it correctly! None the less, my experience with you was great, I appreciate that. Field's Jeep is a standup organization.
05-07-2013 05:38 PM
jeepers29 Pat, I am not a vet but love those that are. Thanks for fighting for them!
05-07-2013 05:09 PM
pat@fieldsauto.com I finally tracked down an email address for the head of incentives and am working on a letter explaining how this rebate should be available to any honorably discharged vet and should be able to be used as many times as that vet wants to use it. Whether it be for themselves, their kids, grand kids, brothers, sisters, parents, etc. I think any vet should be able to use it anytime they want, and not have to do it within 12 months of discharge.

The issue is diplomacy and my lack of it when I have my mind made up on something.
05-07-2013 04:57 PM
Sgt93
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Originally Posted by asianhulk View Post
Pat, they should include disabled vets as well!

Sgt, your instagram says SSgt, either way semper fidelis
SSgt93 is correct (former SSgt), the Sgt93 stems from an old email when I was a Sgt years ago, I use both, Semper Fi.
05-07-2013 04:46 PM
asianhulk Pat, they should include disabled vets as well!

Sgt, your instagram says SSgt, either way semper fidelis
05-07-2013 12:39 PM
Sgt93 Sure, NOW they get it right. At least they pulled their heads out of their azzes and opened it to all. Signed, a 12 year active USMC Vet with two combat tours who didn't qualify at purchase last Summer.
05-07-2013 11:19 AM
pat@fieldsauto.com
Military Rebate Revised

2013 MY MILITARY BONUS CONSUMER CASH
OFFICIAL PROGRAM RULES
PROGRAM PERIODS:
June 5, 2012 through January 2, 2014
PROGRAM TYPE:
Refer to Incentive Program Rules Manual (previously referred to as the Gold Book) and Incentive Summary Communications.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
This program offers a $500 cash allowance to be applied toward the retail purchase (Type Sale 1/B) or lease (Type Sale L/E) of an eligible vehicle. Eligible consumers include: active military, active military reserve, retired military (honorably discharged), and retired military reserve (honorably discharged). + Honorably discharged veterans are eligible within 12 months of discharge date.

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