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Recent College Graduates Can Save Big Buying or Leasing a New Volkswagen from Boucher VW of Franklin near Milwaukee WI

Explaining the Volkswagen College Grad Bonus Program

Now that summer is in full swing, we’re reminded here at Boucher VW of Franklin that many young adults are about to take their first steps into the “real world” following their college graduation. And we want to make sure those recent college grads have all the tools they need to succeed in their new endeavors – and that includes a new Volkswagen. And we can help those recent college grads get behind the wheel of a new VW thanks to the Volkswagen College Grad Bonus Program. But what exactly is the Volkswagen College Grad Bonus Program? Well, we’re going to explain that right here.

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Recent College Graduates Can Save $500 When Buying or Leasing a New Volkswagen from Boucher VW of Franklin near Milwaukee WIGraduation Cap

The headline here really says it all. Thanks to the Volkswagen College Grad Bonus Program, recent college graduates can earn a $500 bonus when buying or leasing a new VW through Volkswagen Credit. Proof of employment and other eligibility requirements apply, but many college grads can be eligible for the $500 bonus for up to two years after graduation. Please contact our staff here at Boucher VW of Franklin to learn more and find out how you can start your post-education life off the right way – behind the wheel of a new Volkswagen.

Which New Volkswagen Should You Choose at Boucher VW of Franklin near Milwaukee WI?

Every college grad will be embarking on a new path after they receive their diploma, meaning they’ll need to find the new VW that’s right for them and their post-graduation plans. Thankfully, we’ve got all the info they need to make the right choice in our blog (linked above) and on our Boucher VW of Franklin model information page.

You can also check out our entire new Volkswagen inventory to help you figure out which wheel you want to get behind.