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GMC Works With Marcus Graham Project To Diversify The Next Generation Of Leaders

GMC Works With Marcus Graham Project To Diversify The Next Generation Of Leaders 
GMC has announced it'll be partnering with the Marcus Graham Project to help professionals gain valuable experience in media and marketing positions while creating new pathways that lead to more diversity in the workplace. The partnership will continue for three consecutive years to help emerging leaders have more exposure and contribute their voices to marketing, media, and advertising.
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About Center for People in Need in Lincoln

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Lincoln's Center for People in Need is a place where low-income households can turn to for immediate assistance. They focus on two things that low-income families typically experience hardship: a lack of food and a lack of diapers. This is a place of genuine assistance for those families with children where their needs can be met.

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

Dependability

Dependability is one of the most important aspects of a new vehicle. After all, you don’t want to be stuck on the side of the road calling for roadside assistance. Investing in a reliable vehicle from Husker GMC offers the dependability that you’re looking for. If you want to make sure that you’re doing all you can to keep your vehicle in the best condition possible, here are some tips to prolong the life of your car.

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GMC Honors Military Heroes

GMC Serves Military Heroes

At Husker GMC, we proudly represent the GMC brand of trucks and SUVs. GMC makes heavy-duty vehicles, and it honors American citizens who have provided heavy-duty service to our nation. For years, GMC has actively connected military veterans with vehicles, jobs and homes. The corporation provides a robust military discount program. Notably, our nation's first responders also qualify for that program's savings.

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Car Stuck in the Snow? Here's What to Do

Car Driving on Snow

One: Work your way out of being stuck

This is simple: in shallow snow, you can potentially work your way out of being stuck by rocking your car back and forth. If you've gotten stuck going forward, for example, simply put the car in reverse and slowly go backwards. You should be able to rock the car back and forth, reverse and then forward. This will get you unstuck, at least, and get you back to where you were. From there, you will need to determine if you hit a bad patch of snow or if the road is…

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