|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2014 10:23 AM EDT||
WAKEFIELD, R.I., April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With college graduation just around the corner, Providence-area students are certain to be heading into the home stretch with multiple concerns on their minds. However, one area Volkswagen dealership is doing its part to ensure that the stresses surrounding employment opportunities and potential relocation don't extend to their eventual modes of transportation. Speedcraft VW, located near Providence in Wakefield, R.I., is now featuring the College Graduate Program, a helpful and timely option for recent and upcoming graduates that may result in vehicle savings of up to $800 for approved enrollees, with additional savings available via Speedcraft VW's low-APR financing.
The approval process for the College Graduate Program is relatively stress-free for recent and upcoming college graduates, and the full details can be found on the Speedcraft VW website. Upon approval, enrollees in the Speedcraft VW College Graduate Program will be eligible to buy or lease a new Volkswagen, with the first month's payment covered up to $800. Annual percentage rates as low as 1.9% are also available, potentially saving enrollees thousands of dollars, depending on the model that is chosen. Additionally, those opting to purchase a new Volkswagen will be able to do so with no cosigner, while those who choose the lease option will have their security deposit waived.
For recent and upcoming college graduates in the Providence area, the College Graduate Program at Speedcraft VW in Wakefield, R.I., offers the opportunity to secure a dependable new or Certified Pre-Owned Volkswagen while also establishing a desirable credit rating. To learn more about the College Graduate Program at Speedcraft VW, visit the dealership website at www.speedcraftvw.com, or call the dealership directly at 401-792-3300.
Media Contact: Richard Carr, Speedcraft VW, 401-792-3300, [email protected]
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