Military Discounts: Get the Savings You Deserve on a New Vehicle at Runde Auto Group


Get the savings you deserve on a new vehicle! Here’s information on military discounts from Runde Auto Group’s vehicle brands:


  • Military DiscountGM Military Discount     Learn more
    • Purchase or lease eligible vehicles at a discounted price that is below MSRP
    • Active duty members, reservists, National Guard members, veterans within three years of discharge date, and retirees of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard are eligible.
    • Eligible military personnel are able to sponsor their spouse and household members.
    • Not available with some other offers. Take new retail delivery by 1/2/19.


  • ford-salutes-e1527008303290.jpgFord Military Appreciation      Learn more
    • Save up to $750 with Military Appreciation Bonus Cash
    • All veterans are eligible, regardless of separation date, in addition to active duty, and retirees.
    • Active military personnel in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard National Guard, Reservists Serving on Active Duty and members of the Delayed Entry/Enlistment Program (DEP) are all eligible. This includes spouses and surviving spouses.
    • Any person who served in the active military, naval, or air service, and who was discharged or released there from under conditions other than dishonorable, is eligible
    • Offer ends July 9, 2018



  • Chrysler Military Bonus Cash  Learn more
    • Chrysler Military Bonus CashSave up to $500 on a purchase or lease of select 2017 or 2018 vehicles for active, active reserved, retired military, retired military reserve, or are an honorably discharged veteran within 12 months of your discharged date.
    • Stationed overseas? You may be eligible for more incentives. More info

Business Owners! Take Advantage of Great Pricing PLUS Tax Deductions before Year End

Tax Time Trucks

Tax Time!

You probably didn’t read that as something to look forward to, but if you are a business owner, we have some news that might change your mind.

If you own a business and purchase a new work vehicle from Runde Auto Group before Dec. 31, 2017, you could be eligible for up to a total of $510,000 in tax deductions.

When you add tax incentives to other small business and national incentives on eligible vehicles, you can significantly impact your bottom line. Adding a new work vehicle to your fleet could be more beneficial than ever. Whether it is the capable, hardworking Silverado or flexible Express Cargo, our commercial vehicles are engineered to get the job done.

You can read more about the details of Section 179 here:

Not sure if you qualify for Business Choice Rebates? You need to be able to answer “Yes” to the following questions:

1. Are you a business owner?

2. Is the vehicle used in the day-to-day operation of your business and not solely for personal/non-business-related transportation purposes?

3. Can you provide one of the following eligible business documents that identifies you as the owner of the business?
  GM Fleet Account Number (FAN)
  DBA (Doing Business As)
  Sales Tax License
  State Business License or State/Federal Business Tax ID Certificate
  State Occupational License for Trade (For example: plumbers, electricians, contractors, etc.)
  Municipalities (In lieu of bid assistance, vehicle must be in the name of the municipality)
  Municipal Business License
  Prior-year Schedule C (Form 1040) or Schedule F (Form 1040-Farmers only)
  Crop or Livestock Insurance
  Federal Land Use Restriction and/or Land Grant Subsidiary Documentation
  Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy/Public Liability Insurance Policy and/or Workmen’s
• Compensation Insurance Policy
  State or Federal Authorized Business Web Site
  Pocket List of Railroad Official Guide (Only eligible when railroad operators incentive is not used)
  Most Current Business Tax Forms
  Timber Registration Number
  Agriculture ID
  Tax Form 1120-S
  Tax Form 1065
  Farmer’s General Liability Insurance
  Articles of Incorporation
  Pocket List of Railroad Official Guide

Here are some charts that show the tax deductions you can expect to receive. Each individual’s tax situation is unique; therefore, please consult your tax professional to confirm vehicle depreciation deduction and tax benefits. For more details, visit

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Luke Bryan named Chevrolet’s Brand Ambassador

Luke Bryan on a Chevy

Photo from 2014 Luke Bryan concert in Knoxville, TN.

What do “American Pie” by Don McLean,“Crocodile Rock” by Elton John, “Little Red Corvette” by Prince, and “Tim McGraw” by Taylor Swift have in common?

They all mention Chevrolet in the lyrics!

“People don’t write songs about Volvos, they write songs about Chevys,” said Steve Haener, Chevrolet’s senior manager of media, experiential marketing and brand partnerships, in an interview with Automotive News.

Chevrolet is continuing its musical connections by naming country music superstar Luke Bryan as its latest brand ambassador.

Luke Bryan

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Bryan, who is known for songs like “Kick the Dust Up,” “Crash My Party,” and “That’s My Kind of Night,” said growing up on a farm inspired his love for Chevrolet.

“Chevy has been a part of our family and a part of our work life on the farm for as long as I can remember,” Bryan said in the statement. “If you were a Bryan, you drove a Chevy.”

As the newest brand ambassador (following Kid Rock), Bryan will promote Chevy through his social media channels and performances.

Bryan was named Entertainer of the Year four times in 2012, 2014 and 2015 by the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.

Chevrolet is sponsoring Bryan’s Farm Tour that starts in October.  See his tour dates here.

Want more Chevy-related music? Pandora’s Chevrolet Centennial station includes more than 600 songs across all genres that mention Chevrolet, Chevy, or the name of a Chevy vehicle in their lyrics.
Check it out here.

Pandora’s Top 100 Chevy songs

99 In the Shade,” Bon Jovi
“All the Best,” John Prine
“American Pie,” Don McLean
“Amy’s Back in Austin,” Little Texas
“Ball and Chain,” Social Distortion
“Blitz,” Audio Adrenaline
“Blue (Da Ba Dee) (Remix),” Eiffel 65
“Blue Jeans,” Silvertide
“Captain Jack,” Billy Joel
“Chattahoochee,” Alan Jackson
“Chevrolet,” ZZ Top
“Chevy Van,” Sammy Johns
“Chrome,” Trace Adkins
“Contact,” Citizen Cope
“Crazy About Her,” Rod Stewart
“Crocodile Rock,” Elton John
“Dare to be Stupid,” “Weird Al” Yankovic
“Don’t Forget to Remember Me,” Carrie Underwood
“Dr. Feelgood (Live),” Motley Crue
“Drive South,” John Hiatt
“El Camino,” Ween
“El Tejano,” Cowboy Troy
“Everytime It Rains,” George Strait
“Fall in Love,” Kenny Chesney
“Family Reserve,” Lyle Lovett
“Fightin’ Words,” Trace Adkins
“Girls with Guitars,” Wynonna Judd
“Go ‘Head,” Mystikal
“Go Lil’ Camaro Go,” The Ramones
“Going Back to Cali,” LL Cool J
“Here I Am,” Lyle Lovett
“Here’s to You,” Rascal Flatts
“How Bizarre,” OMC
“Hustlin’,” Rick Ross
“I Can Only Think of One,” Dierks Bentley
“I Go Back,” Kenny Chesney
“I Got You,” Dwight Yoakam
“I Learned That From You,” Sara Evans
“I Won All the Battles,” Tracy Lawrence
“I’ll Be Your Johnny on the Spot,” Ween
“I’m Customized,” The Cramps
“I’m Just a Girl,” Deana Carter
“I’ve Got a Rock N’ Roll Heart,” Eric Clapton
“If I Stay,” Tracy Byrd
“Jesse Went to War,” Marcy Playground
“Joe Rey,” Fountains of Wayne
“Keeping the Faith,” Billy Joel
“Less Than Zero,” Elvis Costello
“Let You Go,” The Clarks
“Little Red Corvette,” Prince
“Lost in the Flood (Live 2000),” Bruce Springsteen
“Lucky 4 You (Tonight I’m Just Me),” SheDaisy
“Make Me a Chevy,” The Promise Ring
“Metropolis,” Trace Adkins
“Miss Popularity,” Jordan Pruitt
“Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song),” Billy Joel
“Mud On the Tires,” Brad Paisley
“Natural Beauty,” Neil Young
“Neutron Dance,” The Pointer Sisters
“Night Moves,” Bob Seger
“One Bud Wiser,” Gretchen Wilson
“Paint the Town Redneck,” J.M. Montgomery
“Pickin’ Wildflowers,” Keith Anderson
“Picture Perfect,” Nelly Furtado
“Putting the Damage On,” Tori Amos
“Racing In the Street,” Bruce Springsteen
“Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy),” Jim Croce
“Real Gone,” Sheryl Crow
“Renegade,” Tim McGraw
“Repetition,” David Bowie
“Ridin’ In My Chevy,” Snoop Dogg
“Riding With Private Malone,” David Ball
“Right Time of the Night,” Jennifer Warnes
“She’s In Love With the Boy,” Trisha Yearwood
“Small Town Girl,” Kellie Pickler
“Something On,” The Tragically Hip
“Song of the South,” Alabama
“Still Love You,” Rod Stewart
“Superstar,” Sheryl Crow
“Suzy and Jeffrey,” Blondie
“Tannin Bed Song,” Shawn Mullins
“The Greeting Song,” Red Hot Chili Peppers
“Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man,” Rolling Stones
“Three Marlenas,” The Wallflowers
“Thunder Road,” Bruce Springsteen
“Thundering Hearts,” John Mellencamp
“Tim McGraw,” Taylor Swift
“Twentieth Century Fox,” 38 Special
“Unappreciated,” Cherish
“Uneasy Rider,” Charlie Daniels
“Union Sundown,” Bob Dylan
“Water,” The Who
“West Texas Highway,” Lyle Lovett
“When I Think About Leaving,” Kenny Chesney
“When You Close Your Eyes,” Night Ranger
“Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?” Paula Cole
“Why Do We Want What We Know We Can’t Have?” Reba McEntire
“You Never Know Just How Good You’ve Got It,” Tracy Byrd
“You Win My Love,” Shania Twain
“Young Blood,” Rickie Lee Jones