I don't work for GM, wish I did, I just change tires for a job (but I get to test drive the cars ). Then when I come home I sometimes help my Dad in his shop restoring or fixing cars, if I'm not doing that I'm reading up on Pontiacs and/or GMI :lol:
I'm proud to sell Chevies, and as long as I'm selling, it'll be GM.
I've seen quite a few so-called hotshots, who thought they were good because they could sit around on import lots and just fill out orders, and they haven't been able to cut it with the huge product lineup and frequent marketplace questions. On Chevy lots, we work for a living.
I've been in the business for almost four years now, and the personnel with whom I've worked have never fit any kind of "car salesman" stereotype. I've worked with idiots and oaves, but the people that have lasted have been the quality sales professionals that reward the customers who seek them out.
My message remains: GM makes some of the best vehicles you can get; and include finding a quality professional as part of your shopping and buying process.
Although I am not employed by GM however we do supply a service right here inside GM so I voted "supplier". It's our company that has a contract with GM and us workers with GM and the same union local. It is however nice to see the new vehicles before they hit the lots and a bonus to see next years pilot vehicles when they test them down the line.