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Understanding the Patriotism of Buying an American Made Vehicle

Last updated 6 years ago

Though you might not know it, buying an American made car or truck is one of the best ways that you can give back to the country that you love so much. Even here in Youngstown, your local Chevrolet dealership is doing their part to bolster the U.S. economy and keep jobs on American soil. If that’s not patriotism, we don’t know what is. 

When you buy an American-made vehicle, you are helping this great country in three distinct ways:   

Keeping Money in the Domestic Economy – When you purchase a Chevrolet, Buick, or GMC, you are helping to keep money in the domestic economy where it belongs. It doesn’t do our country any good to send American dollars to foreign auto manufacturers when our domestic economy can use all the help it can get.




 Helping Employ Domestic Workers – Did you know that there is a large Chevy plant located in nearby Lordstown, Ohio? This means that every vehicle purchased from Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC directly supports workers in your own backyard. Maybe you even know someone who works at the plant. The bottom line is that when you support American automakers, you are helping to keep American’s employed.

 Restoring National Pride – Driving an American-made car or truck is like wearing a U.S. Flag pin on your ball cap or lapel: it says that you’re proud to be an American. While foreign automakers may think they build better vehicles than us, we know that the modern automobile is a uniquely American invention, and no one does it better than Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC.  

For the largest inventory of American made cars and trucks in the Youngstown area, visit Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC today. We’re also your one-stop shop for all maintenance and service needs. If you have any questions and can’t make it by the dealership, feel free to contact us online or at (330) 460-5983.



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