Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Chevy and Shell Introduce Fuel Payment Option from the Driver's Seat

Chevy and Shell Introduce Fuel Payment Option from the Driver's Seat

BAY CITY, Mich. -- Chevrolet and Shell have partnered up to introduce the industry-first, embedded in-dash fuel payment system. This system will offer owners of eligible Chevy vehicles the option to pay for gas directly from their vehicle's touchscreen at participating Shell gas stations, all without swiping a credit card or using a mobile device.

Embedded in-dash fueling is powered by Marketplace, the automotive industry's first commerce platform for on-demand reservations and purchases of goods and services. In addition to allowing users to now find and pay for fuel at participating Shell gas stations, Marketplace's additional capabilities include ordering food, making dinner reservations, and finding parking or hotels; all from the comfort of the driver's seat.

“We introduced Marketplace to deliver value, productivity, and convenience to our customers,” says Rick Ruskin, senior manager, Online Commerce, Chevrolet. “Bringing the Shell Pay & Save functionality right on the touchscreen of our vehicles is the latest advancement of this platform, allowing drivers to simply access Fuel Rewards and pay for gas while inside their car.”

Additionally, Shell allows Marketplace users ease of navigation to the nearest Shell station, as well as all the perks that come with the FuelRewards program. With the rollout of in-dash fuel payment to the nation's largest branded fueling network, Chevy drivers will be able to pay and save on gas right in their vehicles.

“Being the first to deliver this type of in-dash fuel payment and savings is very exciting,” says Sydney Kimball, vice president, Fuel Sales and Marketing Americas for Shell Oil Products U.S. “At Shell we are constantly working to develop better products and services for our customers, and we are always evolving according to their transforming needs and expectations around convenience, quality, digitalization, and service. We’re thrilled to be working with Chevrolet to make this a reality.”

In-dash payment and savings at Shell-branded stations is currently available in select markets, with nationwide rollout planned throughout the coming months. Marketplace is available in eligible 2017MY and newer Chevrolet vehicles in the U.S.

Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

BAY CITY, Mich. -- In the words of Alice Cooper, "school's out for summer!". We're guessing he was only that excited about it because he wasn't a parent yet. While it's certainly great to have the kids back home for summer vacation, it can get stressful, especially given the energy level of young children. With older kids, you run the risk of worrying yourself to death about what they're up to when they're out and about with their friends.

Never fear, moms and dads. Graff Bay City is here with some tips to stay calm as you brave these next 104 days. We give you our Summer Vacation Survival Guide!


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

1. ESTABLISH CHECK-IN TIMES

If you have a teenager, chances are most of their summer vacation will be spent living it up with friends. Nevertheless, you're prone to worrying. The good news is, like most kids, they're probably attached at the hip to their phone. Establish times they need to send you a quick text to let you know where they are, what they're doing, and who they're with before they leave the house. This is a good way to maintain your sanity, while also reinforcing responsibility on their part and not seeming overbearing on yours!


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

2. RESTOCK YOUR HOME FIRST AID KIT

While we hope you never have to use it, a home first aid kit offers peace of mind on top of a means to take care of those scrapes and cuts that come with summer playtimes. In order for it to do its job, you need to make sure it's properly stocked. Your standard bandages, antibiotic ointment, and instant ice packs are all great for parents. Additionally, you can assemble an "on-the-go" first aid kit for trips to the park or beach.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

3. HANDLING SIBLING FIGHTS

If you're the parent of siblings, you're no stranger to bickering. During summer vacation, sibling fights can become more common due to being in the same space more often. One way to combat this is to have each child play by themselves for about a half hour a day, this will make them appreciate each other's company when they're together, and be sure to praise them for not fighting. If your kids are older, leave them to it unless they're in danger of doing serious harm, as one of the main reasons siblings argue is to get a parent's attention.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

4. HANDLING BOREDOM

Kids are so used to having their days structured for them, which is why the freedom of summer vacation is so appealing. Like most novel things, however, the excitement quickly wears off, and they're left without a clue of what to do with themselves. Try as you might, anything you suggest is met with "I'm bored" five minutes later.

Here's a solution to both quell the complaints, as well as encourage kids to think for themselves: the boredom jar. Write a bunch of activities on slips of paper, then put them in a jar. The next time you hear "I'm bored," direct them to the jar and have them select an activity slip at random. You could even let them submit their own suggestions to the jar (per your safety review, of course).


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

5. HELP THEM FIND A PART-TIME JOB

For parents of teens, helping them find a part-time job over the summer can be very rewarding. Not only will it help instill a sense of maturity, but it will also serve as a source of independence and pride for them as they'll be earning their own money to spend on activities with friends and things they want.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

6. FAMILY ROAD TRIPS

If a road trip is on the summer vacation agenda, things can get ugly very quickly when kids are stuck in the car for long hours. Make sure to pack headphones and entertainment devices (make sure the latter are charged. Portable powerbanks are life-savers).  You could also play group games to pass the time like "I Spy" or "Alphabet". At some point, however, you'll probably hear it: "Are we there yet?" Turn this into a challenge. Bring along a bag full of their favorite treats. Each time they ask, eat a piece from the bag and tell them they only get what's left when you've reached your destination.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

7. PLAY-DATES

Get together with your other parent friends, schedule playdates, and have them take the kids off your hands for an afternoon. In exchange, do the same for them. This will give you some well-deserved "me-time" to unwind, while also satisfying your kids' thirst for activity.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

8. TANTRUMS

Parents are all too familiar with temper tantrums, but the thing about summer is that your child's teacher isn't there to share them with you! Summer vacation means you the parent are in the direct line of fire for any and all bouts of cantankerousness from your kid, and sometimes not in the most convenient of places. Don't give in to their demands, and don't make it worse by losing your own temper and yelling at them. Instead, check out these 50 Calm Down Tips to try!


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

9. CHORES = FUN

With everyone being home more often during the summer, housework starts to pile up. Get the kids involved by having them perform one age-appropriate task a day, and have a reward attached to it that they can "cash-in" once it's completed. For example: taking out the trash = 5 hours of Xbox time, or doing the dishes = a trip to the ice cream shop, etc.


Summer Vacation Survival Guide for Parents

10. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF CHILDCARE

This is especially important for working parents. Don't be afraid to take advantage of child care services like day care, summer camp, or even vacation bible school. There are tons of great, state-certified childcare facilities in Michigan, and many of them will work with you if you're on a budget!


Overall, summer vacation is supposed to be a fun break for kids and parents alike. Sometimes it can get stressful, but we hope you've found something in our survival guide to help you through it! Good luck this summer, parents! And may the odds be ever in your favor!

Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

Chevy News: Indianapolis 500 Winner and New Vehicle Packages, Options Announced


BAY CITY, Mich. – Chevy has been in the news a lot recently, as they continue to have a successful 2018. On top of rolling out new information on the 2019 Silverado 1500 and 2019 Suburban, Chevy was proud to have two of their vehicles place 1st and 2nd in the recent Indianapolis 500. Now is an exciting time to be a Chevy driver, so read below for more updates on your favorite Detroit motor-brand!

The most exciting Chevrolet news revolves around the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet Driver Will Power. On May 27th, Power claimed victory at the 102 Indianapolis 500 in Indianapolis, Indiana. His Chevy victory news came as he won a 3.1589 victory over Ed Carpenter, a pole sitter.

“I can’t describe it,” Power stated. “I feel like collapsing. I want to cry. I was wondering if I would ever win it and thoughts went through my mind during the month. This was the last box to tick, but I’m done.”

This Chevrolet news of triumph dates back to the days of Rick Mears, who won the pole for Team Penske during 1988. Power is the first Australian to win the Indy 500 and to gain victory on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval and the 2,439-mile, 14-turn road, which uses sections of the 2.5-mile oval to complete the sweep.

2019 Suburban RST Performance Package Announced


2019 suburban

While Power’s victory is hitting the top of the Chevy news everywhere, what is just as exciting is the announcement of the new 2019 Suburban RST Performance Package. The new 2019 Suburban RST will sport a 420 hp, 6.2L V-8 engine, a modern Hydra-Matic 10L80 10-speed automatic transmission, and Magnetic Ride Control with performance calibration.

This marks the first time Suburban will offer the 6.2L V-8, which has 460 lb-ft of torque and 420 horsepower.

“The RST Performance Package made its debut on the Tahoe RST last spring, and the response from our customers was overwhelmingly positive,” Chevy Trucks Marketing and Advertising Director Sandor Piszar stated. “In fact, Tahoe RST with the Performance Package is the fastest-turning Tahoe model, and we’ve received customer requests to offer the same performance and power to Suburban RST.”

Chevy fans will be excited to hear that the Suburban RST performance accessories include a custom tuned Performance Dual-Side Exit exhaust system and an available Performance front brake upgrade package. The Performance Package is available as an upgrade to the Suburban RST, introduced last year.

2019 Silverado 1500 Engine and Transmission Options Announced


2019 silverado

The announcement of the engine and transmission options for the 2019 Silverado 1500 could not have come sooner for Chevy lovers. With eight different trim levels as paired with six engine and transmission options, they are seeking to serve three different customers: High Value, High Volume, and High Feature. Options for the engine include the 4.3L V-6, 2.7L Turbo, 5.3L V-8, and the Duramax 3.0L inline-six Turbo Diesel. Silverado 1500 Chief Engineer Tim Asoklis said the performance of the different engines and transmissions will benefit from the truck being lighter.

“With less weight and less wind resistance, we improved the driving dynamics without sacrificing fuel efficiently,” Asoklis said. He said the chassis feels more responsive and acceleration is more pronounced. With so many options for your new Chevy ride, Graff Bay City can help take you through all of your different options during your vehicle search. More Chevrolet news will be hitting the wire soon. So stay tuned!

Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

BAY CITY, Mich. -- What do you get for the dad who has everything? Well, Graff Bay City is going to try and help you figure that out! Whether your pop is a music man, a car guy, a techy, or anything else, we've assembled this list of Father's Day gift ideas to get your gears turning!


10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

1. VINTAGE-STYLE RECORD PLAYER

Not only does the 3-speed turntable play at 33 1/3, 45, and 78; this thing also has built-in stereo speakers, Bluetooth, a CD player, and cassette player!

Get it on Amazon.

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

2. BBQ SET

Everything your dad needs to get his grill on. This is a virtual arsenal!

Get it on Amazon.

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

3. MINIMALIST WALLET

The bulky wallet your dad is working with right now isn't only unsightly, but potentially harmful to his back while he sits on it! Minimalist wallets can hold everything he needs while staying flat and being about the size of a pack of gum. Plus they're a lot durable being available in both aluminum or titanium!

Get one at The Ridge Wallet.

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

4. SMARTWATCH

A watch is a classic Father's Day gift, but your dad is a modern man! This smartwatch is compatible with both iPhone and Android devices, and can do everything from play his music to answer calls and texts to track his fitness goals! On top of that, it's water-resistant, which is great for any lake-faring (or accident-prone) dad!

Get one at Misfit.

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

5. TILE SPORT

If you had a nickel for every time your dad misplaced his keys...well, better not spend those nickels all in one place because those days are over! The Tile Sport is a handy little keychain device that, by way of the Tile App, will act as a tracer to locate his keys or anything else he loses frequently!

Get it at Tile.

10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

6. STYLE BOX SUBSCRIPTION

They say that clothes make the man, so give your dad the gift of style! A style subscription from Trendy Butler will get an idea of what he likes including his favorite colors, and a personal stylist will curate a box of clothes tailored to him! All of just $65 a month with free shipping.

Learn more at Trendy Butler.


10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

7. GROOMING BOX SUBSCRIPTION

These aren't just for ladies! Although the special lady in your dad's life will definitely appreciate how well he takes care of himself. Birchbox Man starts at $30 and will send Dad a box each month full of grooming products like aftershave, face wash, and more!

Learn more at Birchbox Man.


10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

8. PETCUBE BITES

You're his kid but let's face it, your dad's dog is his best friend. Petcube Bites will allow him to see and talk to his buddy on his phone when he's far away, and it even dispenses treats!


10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

9. SIT-TO-STAND HEIGHT-ADJUSTABLE DESK

Whether he works in an office or works from home, sitting at the computer for long hours is not ideal for your dad's back, and standing up to stretch would mean he'd have to tear himself away. This sit-to-stand desk allows him to sit or stand while he works with height-adjustment, and is big enough to hold two monitors or a monitor and laptop!



10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything

10. FISHING ROD DUFFLE

This is a great gift for the outdoorsman dad who loves the classics. Not only will this fishing rod duffle hold his fishing rod as well as the rest of his fishing gear, it's also just as handsome as he is!

Get it from Ghurka.


We hope you've found something on this list that you're dad will love! From all of us at Graff Bay City, happy Father's Day!


Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Beyond Best Cars: Chevy Gives Journalistic Opportunities to Students


best carsBAY CITY, Mich. – Chevrolet does more than just create the best cars. It also helps to support students who are seeking careers beyond their university studies. Take the story of six students being chosen from historically black colleges and universities by Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association for the 2018 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship. The winners are Tyvan Banks of Norfolk State University, Diamond Durant of Morgan State University, Daja Henry of Howard University, Denver Lark of North Carolina A&T State University, Natrawn Maxwell of Claflin University and Ida Wilborn of Florida A&M University.

The purpose of the 2018 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship is to help these Fellows offer up powerful stories from various African-American communities throughout the eight weeks of the summer internship. Each Fellow will receive a $10,000 scholarship and a $5,000 stipend from Chevrolet. In previous years, only certain schools were chosen but during the 2018 year, all schools were included.

"In 2016 Chevrolet launched the DTU fellowship at Howard University and last year added Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College," US Chevrolet Marketing Vice President Paul Edwards said. "This year we want to give every HBCU student with a strong voice the opportunity to report the inspiring stories from around the U.S. as they Find New Roads behind the wheel of the 2018 Equinox."

The Fellows will start with two days of journalism training with Chevrolet and NNPA leadership at General Motors' Global Headquarters before going to start work. They will work at The Washington Informer in Washington, D.C.; The Atlanta Voice in Atlanta, Georgia; The New Journal & Guide in Norfolk, Virginia; and New York Amsterdam News in New York City, New York.

"The NNPA is looking forward to continuing our support of young storytellers to document positive stories in our communities," NNPA President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. stated. "Young journalists have the power to bring about positive change in our communities and this country through their words, so it is vital to include their voices in the conversation."

Along for the journey during the summer, American Hip Hop Artist MC Lyte, who serves as the program's national spokesperson, will talk with the Fellows about creating a unique voice and how to tell a great story. On-Air Correspondent Dana Blair, who is also an entertainment producer and brand ambassador, will serve as a mentor to the Fellows. To follow in Chevrolet's lead, we at Graff Bay City partner with many charitable organizations and fundraising campaigns for those in need in our local community. Additionally, if you are in the market for a new ride, our friendly sales team can help you browse our vehicle inventory to find the perfect car, truck, or SUV to suit your needs.

Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Bad Habits that Reduce Vehicle Performance

BAY CITY, Mich. – Your vehicle is a huge financial investment! From daily commutes to road trips, your vehicle's efficiency is extremely important. However, many people fall victim to bad habits that reduce vehicle performance. These bad habits can cut the life of your vehicle in half and significantly lower its resale value. While these habits can be hard to break, with enough effort, you'll be giving your vehicle the proper attention it deserves in no time!

Bad Habits that Reduce Vehicle Performance

Bad Habit #1: Accelerating Too Fast


While accelerating quickly may give you an adrenaline boost, it can be very bad for your vehicle! Doing this too frequently can burn a lot of fuel, hurting your fuel economy and placing a heavy load on driving components. When you accelerate too quickly, you're likely going to have to brake abruptly too, which can cause your brake pads and rotors to wear down or warp over time. The best way to extend the life of your engine and brakes is to avoid sudden or repeated acceleration!

Bad Habit #2: Driving Dirty


Driving with a dirty interior or exterior can cause both short and long-term damage to your vehicle. Without regular washes, your vehicle's exterior can receive damage from salt, dirt, and other elements it may encounter on the road, which will reduce its resale value. Also, a dirty windshield can reduce your vision or altogether prevent you from driving safely. Make sure you clean your vehicle's interior frequently to avoid any stains or messes that would further reduce its value.

Bad Habit #3: Carrying Too Much


Frequently carrying a large amount of cargo, especially in the first few thousand miles of a vehicle's life, will put a significant amount of strain on your vehicle. Your engine will need to put more effort in to make up for the additional weight, which will drain fuel quicker and put more pressure on your brakes, tires, and other components. Clean your vehicle regularly to reduce this strain and increase its value. 

Bad Habit #4: Ignoring Warning Signs


If you notice any squeaking, rattling, humming, or emergency lights, have someone diagnose it as soon as possible! You may be worrying about the initial costs, but it will be much more expensive if it ends up being something serious that could have been prevented. Read our list of service lights and their meanings to prepare yourself for any situation may require your attention. 

Bad Habit #5: Abruptly Shifting from Reverse to Drive


Abruptly shifting your gear from reverse to drive or vice versa puts immediate strain on your vehicle's transmission, which can lead to extremely costly repairs. Making sure your vehicle is completely stopped before you transition between gears will make a noticeable difference with parking and pulling out. You'll extend your transmission's life and make shifting gears a much easier process. Automatic vehicles are the most likely to suffer from this, so if you drive an automatic, make sure you aren't falling victim to this bad habit!

At Graff Bay City, we want you to value your vehicle, as it's a very large part of your life. Since you use it almost daily, you'll want to make sure it runs smoothly. Keeping an eye on any bad habits that reduce vehicle performance will maximize your vehicle's life and keep you safe on the road. If you notice anything different with your vehicle or would like it checked out, feel free to schedule an appointment to get it looked at as soon as you can! It's better to be safe than sorry, especially when it comes to your vehicle!

Hank Graff Chevy is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

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Thursday, May 31, 2018

10 Tips to Prepare Your Car for Your Summer Road Trip

BAY CITY, Mich. –– Before you head out on a road trip for a fun summer vacation somewhere warm, we highly recommend you inspect your vehicle to see if there is any auto maintenance it needs to be done. Winter and spring can take a pretty serious toll on your vehicle and its internal components, so it's important to have it serviced especially before you subject it to a long drive. There are also other road trip resources to consider bringing as well. So, whether you're heading south with your family or some friends from school, make sure to read up on our 10 tips to prepare your car for your summer road trip! 

10 Tips to Prepare Your Car for Your Summer Road Trip

Get an Oil Change

Getting an oil change before a long road trip is very important. Your motor will be running continually for long stretches of miles (and hours) and if your oil is old it won't do its job effectively, lubricating your engine's internal components and keeping them from warping and doing serious damage.

Create a Roadside Preparedness Kit

To prepare for anything and everything, we recommend creating a roadside preparedness kit. Stock your car with bottled water, road flares, a first aid kit, a fire extinguisher, blankets, jumper cables, and make sure you have a spare tire and jack just in case.

Get Roadside Assistance 

If you don’t have roadside assistance through your insurance, consider getting AAA. That way, if your vehicle breaks down while on your trip, you’ll always have someone ready to come to the rescue!

Bring a Map

While it's easy nowadays to rely on your phone's GPS and navigation systems, you may wind up driving through places with bad cell phone signal. If you take the wrong turn, you could wind up way off track and add more time to your trip. So, bring an old-fashioned paper map to ensure you'll always know how to get where you're going!

Plan For Rest Time & Switch Drivers

If you're heading out on a long road trip, plan on taking some to rest time from driving and/or switch drivers frequently. Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol.

Check Your Fluids

The fluids in your vehicle help keep your internal and external parts clean and running properly. Washer fluid and coolant are easy enough to replenish in your vehicle by picking some up at your local auto parts supplier, or our service technicians can always top off your fluids during your next service appointment at Graff Chevrolet Bay City Service Center. With long hours of driving to your summer destination, your coolant is especially important to help keep your engine from overheating, so make sure you've filled up before you leave for your trip. You don't want to wind up with engine trouble stuck on the side of the road midway to your destination.

Check Your Battery

After winter, it's important to get your battery checked to make sure that the freezing cold weather hasn't reduced its capabilities. Our experienced technicians run a simple diagnostic test to see if it's time to get a new battery.

Do Some Interior Cleaning

Your vehicle will likely get a bit messy during your road trip from food wrappers, receipts, crumbs, and other such debris. So, why not start your trip with a tidy vehicle and do some cleaning. At the very least, take your vehicle to a car wash and make sure to vacuum up all the road salt and debris tracked in during the winter.

Check Your Tire Tread

As one of the most important components of your vehicle, you want to take tire care seriously. Check your vehicle's tire tread to ensure they are in good enough condition to handle a long trip and effectively stop and handle well out on the road. If you're not sure, use the penny test to determine if your tire tread is satisfactory. Place a penny in-between the treads on your tire with Lincoln's head facing down, if the tread doesn't cover the top of his head, it's time for new tires.


Check/Replace Your Wiper Blades

Your wiper blades may be a bit worse for wear coming out of the winter season this year, and ineffective at clearing your windshield properly during rain, sleet, or snow. So before you head out on your summer road trip, it's important to check your windshield wiper blades to see if they need to be replaced. You don't want to get caught driving on the highway during heavy rain and have to pull off because you can't see the road well due to your streaky windshield wipers, adding more time to an already long road trip.

So before heading out on vacation, make sure you've read and completed our list of 10 tips to prepare your car for your summer road trip to ensure your vehicle doesn't encounter any issues far from home! Also, maybe you're looking for a new ride to show off this summer? Browse our online inventory of stylish and capable new 2018 Chevrolet models! Then, schedule a test drive with our friendly sales staff to experience them in person and find the right sedan, SUV, or truck to suit your lifestyle!

Hank Graff Chevy
is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706 and we are here to help our community grow to become an even better place to call home! For more information on Hank Graff Chevrolet, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our website: www.GraffBayCity.com.

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