Canadian Ford Dealer Delivers Heavy Military Discount

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One of the trucks offered by James Braden Ford

James Braden Ford is showing its love for Canadian military with discount package for those that serve or have served in armed forces.

The Canadian Armed Forces currently consist of just under 100,000 personal. They engage in the defense of Canada as well as the whole of North America in cooperation with the U.S military. More broadly, the Canadian military is also seriously committed to international security. And like all military personnel, they find themselves stationed a long way from home to risk their lives in peacekeeping missions and armed conflicts.

The offer of military discounts is something that warms us down to our very boots. After all, the people that serve to protect us should be consistently recognized. In this case, it’s the Kingston, Ontario-based dealership, James Braden Ford doing the recognizing.

They are offering a generous discount package of only 1% over invoice pricing for all Canadian military affiliates. We love that James Braden Ford acknowledges in its announcement that it’s still a small gesture considering the bravery and sacrifices those in the military make. That may be the case, but we can’t think of anything better than a Ford truck to serve those that serve. A company helping to make owning one more affordable is definitely a gesture worth noting.

It’s not just trucks that James Braden Ford are discounting for the military. They have a large inventory across the Ford range and as well as the discount new vehicles, Canadian Armed Forces members also receive free local pick-up and drop-off for their service appointments. We love that they are happy to go as far as they realistically can to support their military customers.

For more details, you can visit James Braden Fords military discount page.

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Ian Wright is a regular contributor to Corvette Forum and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites. Check out his podcast Both Hand Drive.

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