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Your Choice: Sierra Or Terrain - $239 Per Month
GM employee price, but everyone else pays just a little more
by Dana Pratt

They are two of our most popular vehicles: GMC Sierra and Terrain.  They both are all-wheel-drive, fully equipped and are priced at $239 a month for GM employees.



2016 Ram Crew Cabs $399 Per Month
Your choice of Big Horn or Outdoorsman Editions
by Dana Pratt

These are $45,000 trucks and priced to fit your budget.  The new 2016 Ram Crew Cab is $399 a month.  The Ram Crew Cab is fully loaded with heated seats and heated steering wheel, back-up camera, and remote start.  Itís a full-size, all-wheel drive crew cab.   



GMC Acadias: Drive One For $299 Per Month
Seven passenger seating priced to fit your budget
by Dana Pratt

This could be the best value out there for a full-size, 7-passenger, crossover vehicle.  GM employees can drive one for $299 a month, while others pay just a little more.



2016 Hyundai Veloster Rally Edition Comes To Bill Marsh
Matte blue finish will be seen at Grand Traverse Mall
by Mike Kent

The new 2016 Hyundai Veloster will certainly catch your eye if you check it out at the Grand Traverse Mall any time soon.  Itís a race-inspired car thatís unlike anything else on the road.


Ford Friends & Neighbor Pricing At Bill Marsh, Kalkaska
Discounts on all Fords in stock
by Mike Kent

Now could be the best time to drive a new FordBill Marsh Ford in Kalkaska has discounts on every Ford in stock.


Vehicle Profile: 2016 GMC Terrain
Conquer in comfort

Last year, the Terrain was the best-selling crossover or SUV in the GMC lineup. With crossover sales hotter than ever, GMC is updating the Terrain for 2016 with fresher styling, new technology and improved luxury and comfort.

Proof that Peanut Butter Makes Everything Taste Better
Mystify your taste buds with these unusual peanut butter concoctions

November marks National Peanut Butter Lovers Month. To celebrate, get creative in the kitchen with some unique recipes that might seem odd but are totally delicious.

Getting Creative with an Old Winter Sweater
Stay warm without breaking the bank with these easy DIY projects

Winter is a beautiful time of the year, often coating much of the country with a dusting of glittering snow. Though this season is one of the prettiest, it is also the coldest. Stay warm this winter with a variety of do-it-yourself winter clothes projects. Not only will these projects jazz up any wardrobe, but they will also keep you nice and toasty.

Toys for Tots Kicks Off At Great Wolf Lodge Saturday, Nov. 21
Toy collections at all Bill Marsh locations
by Mike Kent

The Great Wolf Lodge will take in a special guest next week and usher in the start of the Toys for Tots campaign in Northwest Michigan.  Santa will forsake his usual reindeer and catch a ride on a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter to land at the lodge and take part in a campaign kick-off event that is free and open to the public.


Bike Collections Begin Through Bikes For Tikes
Bikes are distributed through Northwest Michigan Toys for Tots
by Mike Kent

This Christmas could be very special for hundreds of area children if the Bikes for Tikes campaign is successful.  The annual program began today and distributes new bikes for needy children through the Toys for Tots campaign.


Next Burger Stop: Bronx Bar, Detroit
Looking for a burger the size of your head? Youíll find it here.
by Mike Kent

We continue our quest to check out the Thrillist top 22 burgers in the state of Michigan and question if any place around Traverse City can top these.  Mike and Maggie Kent have embarked on a yearlong trek to test them.  This is their next stop and itís in downtown Detroit.


Test Drives Paying Dividends For Area Schools
Kalkaska and TC West High Schools are the latest to receive sizable checks
by Mike Kent

Test drive events are paying off handsomely for area schools.  Bill Marsh was able to give checks to Kalkaska High School from Ford, while Traverse City West Senior High School received a check from Ram.


Traverse City Family Gets Boost To Help Fight Cancer
Family of Kaitlyn Posey receives over $7,800 to fight childhood leukemia
by Mike Kent

Six-year old Kaitlyn Posey was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and since then the firefighting community has come to support their battle against the disease.  The latest support came from a lunch fundraiser at Bill Marsh last month that brought in over $7,800.


Car Care: The Modern Tune-Up
Maintenance for today

Back in the old days, tune-ups used to be quite a bit more complicated. There were a lot of mechanical items to check or replace and systems to adjust. Routine maintenance on todayís cars and trucks, on the other hand, is different than before, but just as important. What does a modern tune-up even look like?

How the Macyís Thanksgiving Day Parade Got Started
Learn how a storeís promotional parade became an American tradition

Every Thanksgiving morning, more than 3.5 million people pack the streets of New York City, and 50 million more Americans crowd in front of their TV sets to watch the Macyís Thanksgiving Day Parade, according to NYC Tourist. Americaís most popular parade includes large balloons, famous singers, the Rockettes and more marching down Central Park West to celebrate Thanksgiving and usher in the holiday season with the arrival of Santa Claus. But how did this tradition first start out?

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