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Toyota of Lompoc Offers Military Rebate to U.S. Military Personnel

Toyota of Lompoc Offers Military Rebate to U.S. Military Personnel

The Toyota of Lompoc dealership is offering a $500 Military Rebate to U.S. Military personnel

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LOMPOC, Calif., Sep. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Residents of Lompoc, California, can now avail $500 military rebate on the purchase or lease of a new Toyota vehicle through select Toyota dealers and Toyota Financial Services. The Military Rebate offer can be availed by U.S. military personnel, household members of eligible U.S. military personnel (including Gold Star families), U.S. military veterans (within two years of discharge), and U.S. military retirees.

The customers need to provide verifiable proof of military status or active service at the time of purchase or lease. The documents may include a Military ID card, Leave and Earning Statement, DD Form 214, and Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. The customers must also receive a qualifying salary and receive credit approval from Toyota Financial Services through a Toyota dealer in order to benefit from this offer. The ToyotaCare plan will cover normal factory scheduled service for two years or 25,000 miles. The offer is valid only in the continental U.S. and Alaska.

To learn more about the $500 Military Rebate offer, customers must visit the Toyota of Lompoc dealership website The customers can get in touch with the dealership by calling (805) 736-1295. Interested buyers may also visit the dealership in person at 203 East Ocean Avenue, Lompoc, California 93436.

Media Contact

Nate Zarate, Toyota of Lompoc, (805) 736-1295,


SOURCE Toyota of Lompoc

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