Welcome to this month’s Bill Marsh Newsletter! We're pleased to share with you not only the latest offers from Bill Marsh, but also some interesting stories, helpful tips and other content to make your ownership experience better.
The new 2018 Jeep Compass has been redesigned with so many new features that you really should take it for a test drive to see what it’s like. And this month you can drive a new Compass for $269 a month. Perfect to bust through the winter snows.
If the fear of a brutal winter has you concerned about your car making it through another year. Now may be the best time to check out the Certified cars and trucks at Price Point in Traverse City, Kalkaska and now Gaylord.
The ideal vehicle for any adventure-seeker is undoubtedly the Jeep® Wrangler. Its performance capabilities and plethora of accessories have earned the Wrangler quite the reputation among off-road enthusiasts. [FULL STORY]
The all-new redesigned GMC Terrain boasts more style, performance choices and safety features than the previous model year. This ride will appeal to anyone searching for a compact SUV that combines quality with modern edge. [FULL STORY]
Santa may catch a ride with a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter Saturday to kick off the start of the annual Toys for Tots campaign in northwest Michigan. Weather permitting; the chopper will deliver their special package at the Great Wolf Lodge shortly after noon.
This Christmas could be a special one for hundreds of children if the annual Bikes for Tikes is a success. The campaign to collect bicycles that are distributed through Toys for Tots began today and will continue through December 15th.
Chefs with a blow-your-socks-off recipe for chili are being sought to compete in the annual Great Chili Bike-Off for the benefit of Bikes for Tikes. This year the event will be held at two Bill Marsh locations: Traverse City and Gaylord.
If cooking isn’t your ideal way to spend the holiday, why not eat out for Thanksgiving? These Michigan restaurants have you covered so you can put the fun back into turkey day and spend as much time with family and friends as possible. [FULL STORY]