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Drive for Show, Putt for Even More: Salerno Duane in Summit Offers Customers Chance to Drain Golf Shot for Cool Gear


SUMMIT, NJ - Salerno Duane Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram and Ford in Summit is pulling out all the stops during a special "Black Friday Weekend" promotion. When customers lease or purchase a new or used vehicle, they will also get a chance to sink a putt and win some great gear -- prizes include GoPros, IPad minis, PS4 Bundles, Beats Headphones, and Bose speakers.

According to Salerno Duane General Manager Michael Podell, "We didn't skimp. Pretty simple... Buy a vehicle, nail a putt and get some early holiday gifts." To see Salerno Duane's "Black Friday" sales event specials, visit salernoduanesummit.com.

Plus, Salerno Duane will be open at 7 a.m.

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Salerno Duane's years of serving the community have taught them valuable lessons about what people want from their dealership. When they say “Value Driven” it means more than just saving shoppers money…Salerno Duane knows consumers' time is valuable as well as their patience, and it’s Salerno Duane's mission everyday to make sure that they don’t take those things for granted. Salerno Duane's award-winning staff strive to provide their customers with the top notch service and great prices that they’ve come to expect over the years.

Salerno Duane's customers and hardworking staff have made it possible for the dealership to win the 2017 DealerRater Consumer Satisfaction Award!

To reach Salerno Duane, call 908-277-6700 and set up an appointment with our sales and leasing department.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Salerno Duane.

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