Thursday, October 11, 2018

Groupe PSA and GMC Teaming up to Launch Car-Sharing Service in the US


MT. PLEASANT, Mich-- Free2Move, a car and bike sharing app owned by Groupe PSA is set to launch in Washington DC this month. The app, which has already launched in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon allows users to compare car sharing services and choose which works best for them in that moment. It's a multi-provider registration process, so personal info only needs to be uploaded to Free2Move, and then you can order from any other transportation app without having to go through a second vetting process. You can hail public transit, a car, bike or scooter share, and much more! 

The Free2Move platform is in use across Europe, but PSA is targeting the US to boost the app's success. There are also whispers of a larger agenda behind the launch. While PSA is the second largest automaker in Europe, their vehicles have not been sold in the US for at least 20 years and various industry leaders suspect this is an attempt to wiggle back into the American market.   

In preparation for their Washington DC launch, PSA teamed up with GMC to acquire a fleet of 600 leased Chevrolet Equinox crossovers and Chevrolet Cruze models. Though this is not the first transaction between PSA and GM this year, in early August, the two corporations closed on a deal that relinquished the former GM company Opel/Vauxhall into PSA's hands. GM stated that the sale was a step in a major overhaul for their brand, in addition to a money saving effort, as GMC sales in Europe have been on a steady decline. This partnership has come as surprise to many, including Opel's leadership, but so far the results have seemed to benefit both parties. 

What do you think of the new Free2Move platform? Is it an app you would download? Comment and let us know! 

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

An Indie Top Five That You'll Totally Fall For



MT. PLEASANT, Mich -- Fall is such a magical season, a cool interlude, between the sweltering summer and harsh Michigan winter. Innately nostalgic, it haunts us with wonder, engenders the desire for simple comforts, and inspires deep reflection. Nietzsche called it "The season of the soul". At Graff Mt. Pleasant we believe every season and occasion deserves a bomb playlist, so we've gathered a few haunting indie ballads that embody the melancholy energy of the fall. Whether you're chilling by a bonfire or taking a scenic drive, these tracks are sure to set the perfect Autumn mood.


1. SEASONS - FUTURE ISLANDS



Known for their "knotty, poetic lines" Future Islands is one of the lucky few to catapult to the top tier of Indie music. This song is revered as one of their most successful by fans and critics alike for its deep, heart-wrenching vocals, plinky synth lines, and universal lyrics. It's a track about a man with his heart on the line, and cutting your losses and moving on. What could be more fall? The release of one season, the waiting for another to begin. 

2. CINDER AND SMOKE - IRON AND WINE


Iron and Wine is another of the Indie scene's great success stories, with their songs appearing in countless films, TV shows and commercials. Classic and warm, their tracks are full of restrained imagery and offer a bitter, yet longing, perspective on memory, love, and nostalgia. "Cinder and Smoke" describes a conflict between a desire for the way life used to be, and the strange freedom that accompanies loss. With a soft, haunting melody and beautiful lyricism this is a folky track that's the perfect accompaniment to a scenic, Autumn stroll. 

3. ANOTHER STORY - HEAD AND THE HEART



Unlike their Indie contemporaries, Head and the Heart have released a solid folk and Americana  portfolio over the years while receiving much less than their deserved praise in return. "Another Story" was a cathartic project for Head and the Heart as they struggled to come to terms with the events of the Newtown shootings. Melodically stunning, this bitter and brutally honest musing over the unchanging nature of the world is surprisingly up-lifting. 

4. EVERYTHING LOOKS BETTER IN HINDSIGHT - THE WILD REEDS




This virtually unknown trio pumps out some of the most decadent, perfectly-synced harmonies we've ever heard. It's dessert for your ears...seriously. With rare songwriting, comprised of gut-wrenching lyrics, and soft, tinkling melody, their albums are a painfully gorgeous example of the raw talent that exists outside the mainstream music scene. "Everything Looks Better in Hindsight"  is more than just an artsy breakup song, it's a study in the effects of loss, and a careful inquiry into the fragility of memory. This haunting tune is sure to become one of your favorites, it's the perfect accompaniment to a crisp Autumn morning, or a solid choice for your bonfire playlist. 

5. LAUNDRY ROOM - THE AVETT BROTHERS


One of the most well-known and widely appreciated bands in the folk scene, The Avett Brothers have played just about every major music festival, and have a portfolio that includes 12 albums in addition to hundreds of covers. "Laundry Room" contains all the components for an essential Avett Brothers track: stellar lyricism, gorgeous harmonies and a totally kicking, bluegrass breakdown. A time machine back to the enthralling moments of our first love, the verses take us through snapshots of some of the most universally relateable memories: rebelling against our parents to be with someone we loved, and obsessing over the object of our affections. A song with a deep, meditative intro and a jam-worthy conclusion, this is the perfect barn party track. 

Did you like our picks? Let us know what your favorite fall tunes are!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.



Thursday, October 4, 2018

Who Do You Drive For? Chevy Joins The Fight Against Breast Cancer


MT. PLEASANT, Mich -- Chevrolet, it's more than a brand, more than a manufacturer. For over 100 years Chevy has built a legacy of beneficence, from disaster relief to veteran's programs and youth sports sponsorships.  This October, they join the fight against breast cancer for the eighth year in a row, taking a stance of solidarity to survivors and those undergoing treatment all over the world. 

In hopes of raising 400,000 for the American Cancer Society, Chevrolet has promised a $5 donation for every post that contains the #IDriveFor hashtag on Twitter and Instagram until their goal is reached. The hashtag has already gained huge momentum in social media trends, with hundreds of posts featuring survivor stories, photos of loved ones who lost the battle with cancer, and PINK EVERYTHING. Join Chevy in making strides in the fight to end breast cancer everywhere by sharing your story, post a picture, and tell us who you drive for. 

The #IDriveFor hashtag is not the only initiative that Chevrolet is taking to spread awareness this October.  Numerous displays, events, and activities are scheduled to take place all month long and Chevy invites you to participate, one way to do so is to register for a making strides event near you, to find a walk in your area, click here: https://bit.ly/2qxH5ic

Employees of Chevy and brands underneath their banner are joining in the campaign as well. With walks scheduled to occur throughout the month of October in most major cities. Detroit will wave it's pink flag on October 13th this year at Hart Plaza, near the GM Renaissance Center. A celebration for survivors and caregivers, live music and speeches have been scheduled, along with a rolling start walk, and various activity areas. Chevrolet will also donate $350 dollars for each caution lap completed by the Team Chevy-commissioned pink Chevrolet Camaro SS pace car at the Monster Energy NASCAR cup series races.

Chances are, you or someone you know has been affected by breast cancer. Join the movement, spread awareness! Share your story, using the #IDriveFor hashtag on Twitter and/or Instagram. Connect, show solidarity and share your inspiring story today!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

5 Awesome Halloween Traditions From Around The World



MT. PLEASANT, Mich -- It's Halloween season! There's a special, static energy in the air this time of year that gets us all in the fall spirit. Pumpkin flavored lattes, plaid scarves, spooky movies, trick or treating, we all have our favorite way to celebrate the season. While most cultures don't celebrate Halloween in the fashion we do in America, there are so some pretty awesome fall traditions that take place around the world and we here at Graff Mt. Pleasant have compiled a list of our favorites. Happy Halloween!


1. DIA DE LOS MUERTES - MEXICO


A Mexican festival dedicated to honoring the dead and celebrating life, Dia de los Muertos is observed on the 1st and 2nd of November each year. It is believed that the night of October 31st, the gates of heaven open, allowing the souls of the deceased to return to their families for one day. This momentous event is celebrated with a parade, in-home altars decorated with food and trinkets for the visiting ancestors, the planting of marigolds, grave decoration, graveside vigils and of course the consumption of traditional treats! The inspiration for the work of numerous artists and musicians, this holiday of skulls and color is a testament to Mexican culture's grand aesthetics and respect for the deceased.


2. KAWASAKI HALLOWEEN PARADE - JAPAN 


One of Tokyo's largest yearly events, the Kawasaki parade has been observed for the last 21 years and draws nearly 4,000 costume enthusiasts each year. Anyone can register to join in the parade, although fees and guidelines are strictly enforced. The festivities continue for two whole weeks after the event with costume contests, dance parties, a special children's parade, pumpkin carving and more! 



3. PCHUM BEN - CAMBODIA


Pchum Ben is a 15 day long religious festival in Cambodia that takes place in late September and early October. The first 14 days bear resemblance to the observance of Lent, but on the last day of the festival, it is believed that the gates to the underworld open, causing supposed spikes in spirit activity. During this time Cambodians visit at least three pagodas (temples), pay their respects to their deceased relatives, leave offerings, and feast. It's also considered an important spiritual time for monks, and they spend the majority of their time during the festival chanting and fasting.



4. DAY OF DRACULA - ROMANIA


Tourists from all over the world gather at Bran Castle, otherwise known as Dracula's castle on the night of Halloween for tours and extravagant parties. Although there is no evidence to suggest that this fortress actually belonged to Vlad the Impaler, that doesn't dampen the festivities. Complete with a traditional 3-course Romanian dinner, themed costume dance, horror movie screening, and souvenirs, this event is a Transylvanian Halloween. In keeping with dark Romanian wit, they offer the entire package for free if you are over 200 years old, have no reflection, and decompose when the light strikes you. 


5. OGNISSANTI - ITALY


Celebrated around the world on November 1st, known in Italy as Ognissanti, it is a feast dedicated to Catholic saints and departed ancestors. Festivities include mass held in cemeteries, decorating graves with chrysanthemums, and the burning of red candles. Not unlike other Italian holidays, food plays a major role in the celebration of Ognissanti, traditional stews and sweet breads are consumed, along with the favorite foods of departed family members.

What are some of your family's fall holiday traditions? Comment and let us know!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Friday, September 28, 2018

First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween

First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- If you're too old to trick-or-treat and parties aren't really your thing, the next best thing to do on Halloween night is to grab some snacks and plop down on the couch for an evening of scary movies! While you might already have some favorites on the agenda, we at Graff Mt. Pleasant would like to share with you some legendary titles that paved the way for the subgenres of horror that you enjoy today.

Without further ado, here are ten influential horror movies that are essential viewing for Halloween!



First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


1. NOSFERATU - 1922


Before Bela Lugosi portrayed everyone's favorite bloodsucking aristocrat in 1931, vampires actually made their theatrical debut in F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu released in 1922. This silent thriller was supposed to be a film adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, but the rights to use the exact plot and character names could not be obtained, although that certainly does not take away from its legacy.

When you eventually see actor Max Schreck as Count Orlok, he is a hideously terrifying departure from the suave and seductive denizens of the night that we're used to nowadays. According to the folklore of the day, however, vampires were monstrous creatures rather than supernatural beauties. Years later, Orlok's repulsive appearance would go on to inspire that of Kurt Barstow in Salem's Lot.

A key aspect of Nosferatu's fright factor is its ambiance, most notably the use of dramatic shadows to build suspense, a technique that inspired numerous thrillers after it.





First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


2. HALLOWEEN - 1978


The "slasher" is perhaps one of the most popular horror movie subgenres, and there are a ton of them out there. Who brought this bloody breed to the mainstream? None other than the one and only John Carpenter and his silent psychopath, Michael Myers. Halloween is widely regarded by horror movie buffs as being responsible for a number of tropes that went on to become synonymous with the subgenre, such as the "final girl" trope which involves the killing off of "morally wayward" characters leaving the "innocent" one the lone survivor, as well as the "absentee parents" trope that explains the lack of responsible adults in the midst of a life-threatening situation.

While Halloween is not the first horror movie to feature a serial killer as its main antagonist, it ushered in a new era of scares particularly amongst its principle viewers: teenagers. Halloween's terror, as well as that of every other slasher flick that followed in its footsteps, lies in its relatability to moviegoing youth who saw themselves in the onscreen characters being hunted by a ruthless killer, and the not-so-unbelievable idea of having it happen while they're just hanging out.





First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


3. PSYCHO - 1960


If Halloween is responsible for popularizing the slasher subgenre, Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece that forever made showers the stuff of nightmares originated it. Psycho is famous for pioneering two game-changing camera techniques. First is the use of the first-person perspective, allowing the audience to see through the eyes of the characters as an involved party than simply bystanders. Second is "quick-cutting", used during the famous shower scene, which creates the illusion of graphic violence as well as feelings of anxiety and dread in the viewer through rapidly changing shots.

You might think that you saw Janet Leigh getting stabbed to death, but in reality, the knife is never shown actually touching her skin. Although, the fact that this scene remains the freshest in the minds of viewers to this day - despite only lasting 45 seconds and happening towards the beginning - proves that imagination and perception are two very powerful tools of terror.





First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


4. THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT - 1999


Ever see Paranormal Activity or Cloverfield? Well, these are the shoulders that they stand upon. Blair Witch is an independent film turned mainstream success and incredibly influential to the horror genre as it introduced the concept of "found footage" cinematography, which puts the characters into the visual driver's seat as we the passenger audience look on in terror as their fate unfolds in real time. This style of camerawork adds a whole new level of chilling realism, as it is designed to make us forget that we're watching a movie, and rather a genuine account of three actual people being stalked mercilessly through the wilderness by an evil monster.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


5. A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET - 1984


Wes Craven's classic slasher carried on many of the tropes popularized by John Carpenter, however, the thing that made it stand out from the many movies of its kind at the time is its ability to cross the line between reality and imagination, as we struggle to determine if the seemingly normal bedroom in which a 21-year-old Johnny Depp is enjoying music is actually that, or the dreamland hunting ground of Freddy Krueger.

The other thing that makes A Nightmare on Elm Street so memorable is Freddy himself, being a departure from the standard silent, knife-wielding slashers whose every detail was specifically engineered to scare. For example, his signature "Christmas" sweater is really not related to the holiday at all, and his unique razor glove is more than just a weapon.

While creating the character of Freddy Krueger, Wes Craven spent a long time researching things that are generally scary and unsettling to people. He found that the colors of red and green - when viewed side by side - are the most difficult for the human eye to process, therefore inspiring a sense of uneasiness. He also found that the number one common fear shared across many of the world's cultures is being torn apart by animal claws, which inspired the razor glove's design.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


6. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD - 1968


Although it was not the first movie to introduce the concept of the walking dead to the horror genre, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead is responsible for how we know zombies today. While the term "zombie" is never applied to the creatures in the film (Romero called them "ghouls"), it nevertheless revolutionized the subgenre and transformed the definition of a zombie in popular culture from a product of voodoo magic to the shuffling, rotting husks hungry for brains we all know and love.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


7. THE EXORCIST - 1973


Considered the scariest movie of its day and the first of the horror genre to be nominated for Best Picture, The Exorcist is so influential for how it redefined the concept of the demonic possession subgenre, and thus the sheer mortal terror that it inspires. Previously, it only happened to people who were "asking for it", so to speak, by recklessly dabbling in the occult or not having faith in God. However, given that the victim in The Exorcist is an innocent little girl, it proposed the idea that it could happen to anyone at any time - an idea that caused numerous moviegoers in 1973 to sleep with crucifixes out of fear that they too would end up an unwilling vessel of the Devil.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


8. THE LOST BOYS - 1987


The Lost Boys follows the story of a young man named Mike, who together with his mother and little brother move to the fictional seaside California city of Santa Carla to start a new life. That all changes, however, when he befriends a group of leather-clad youth who only seem to come out at night, and finds himself in a battle for his humanity.

Before the cult classic directed by Joel Schumacher hit the scene in 1987, vampires were portrayed in horror cinema as cape-wearing eccentrics who lived in castles and slept in coffins. The Lost Boys, however, is considered the birth of the "modern vampire". That is the effortlessly cool nocturnal playboys that remain fan favorites throughout the entertainment world as seen in titles like Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, and Queen of the Damned.

Although, those supernatural good looks and wicked charms aside, The Lost Boys introduced a whole new level of danger when it comes to vampires: they now look exactly like us. Walking undetected amongst the human population. Free to prey on whomever they choose.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


9. THE HAUNTING - 1963

We've talked about vampires, zombies, witches, and all manner of horror movie staples. But what about ghosts? Based on the book The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, British-made The Haunting is widely regarded as the originator of the "haunted house" subgenre, about a paranormal investigator who invites two ordinary women to spend what turns out to be a night of terror in the very spiritually active Hill House.

What makes this film so interesting is that we never actually see the ghosts. The Haunting relies solely on the power of ambiance and the audience's natural fear of the unknown to garner scares, which proved to be a highly effective strategy. Think about it. When we physically encounter something scary, we can see it and avoid it, and even study it for weaknesses. When we can only hear it, however, when we don't know what we're looking for, our imaginations run wild and we psyche ourselves out trying to determine the threat.




First in Fright: 10 Influential Horror Movies You Need to See this Halloween


10. THE EVIL DEAD - 1981


The final title on our list of influential horror movies is none other than the first honest-to-goodness "survive the night" offering to the genre, directed by and starring Michigan-natives Sam Raimi and Bruce Campell, respectively. You know the type. A group of youth goes away for a weekend to a remote location for a raucous good time, no parents allowed, only to have their party crashed by a nasty something or other whose appearance could have easily been avoided had they not been reckless. In the case of this movie, it was reading an evil book full of evil words that summoned evil...uh...dead.

The trope has been carried on by numerous titles, but it all, for the most part, began with The Evil Dead. Like the slasher flicks that were beginning to become popular around this time thanks to Halloween, this movie relies on its relatability to its primary viewers: youth. Although, instead of showing a killer barging into the homes of their on-screen peers and butchering them to death for seemingly no reason at all, The Evil Dead attacks the general assumption of invincibility amongst kids. In other words, if you do stupid things, there are stupid consequences.


To quote a certain ghost-faced killer not listed here: "What's your favorite scary movie?" What titles are on your essential horror movie night list for Halloween? Let us know!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- October is fast approaching, and that means Halloween and trick-or-treating! Although before your little ghosts and goblins hit the streets to snag some sweet treats, they're going to need an awesome costume! While you could head to the department store to choose one, you'd be surprised just what you can create yourself with a quick trip to the craft store, or even with stuff you might already have around the house!

From Graff Mt. Pleasant, here are five spooktacular DIY Halloween costumes for kids that are sure to turn some heads!


5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

1. WATERCOLOR PAINT TRAY

The brush is made out of a pool noodle! Can you beat that?

Get step-by-step instructions here.




5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

2. NO-SEW GHOST

You can't go wrong with a classic ghost costume for Halloween! This one is equally darling on both children and babies, and the white fleece body and hat are great to keep them warm if the big night turns out to be a chilly one. The best part? No sewing required!

Get step-by-step instructions here.



3. OWL

Cut-up some old t-shirts, add some fabric glue, and you've got the recipe for a hootin' good costume!

Get step-by-step instructions here.



5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

4. OCTOPUS

All you need are some matching tights, cotton stuffing, and some double stick tape or glue - and your child is transformed into an adorable sea creature!

Get step-by-step instructions here.



5 Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

5. LUMBERJACK

With some cardboard, a broom handle, and some fleece - your kid can be an awesome lumberjack! On top of that, the fleece beard doubles as a great face warmer if it's cold on Halloween night!

Get step-by-step instructions here.


Do you know of any other homemade kids costumes parents should try? Already have one cooked up for this Halloween? Share it with us!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

The Brands of General Motors Team Up to Provide Assistance to Hurricane Florence Survivors

The Brands of General Motors Team Up to Provide Assistance to Hurricane Florence Survivors

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in the Carolinas on September 14th, is reported to have caused an estimated $38 billion in property damage, making it the 6th costliest hurricane to have affected the United States to date. In the wake of the devastation, thousands of people are left to pick up the pieces and rebuild, but they won't have to go it completely alone.

In order to help customers in the area recover quickly, General Motors has mobilized all brands underneath its banner - including OnStar, GM Financial, Customer Sales, and Aftercare - to launch several special relief efforts.

These efforts include:

  • Complementary Crisis Assist from OnStar to customers with properly equipped GM vehicles (2006 and newer) in affected areas. They are providing such emergency services as routing assistance, survival resource information, Hands-Free Calling minutes and 4G LTE Wi-Fi data via AT&T. On top of that, enrollment in OnStar is not required.
  • GM Financial is assisting impacted customers with payment arrangements and waiving most related fees. Eligible customers who must replace a vehicle destroyed in the storm may qualify for a 90-day deferred first payment on a new vehicle.
  • GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco is providing expedited delivery of service parts to help speed up vehicle repairs.
  • New and used vehicles are being sent to the region to help meet expected replacement demand, including demand for pre-owned vehicles, courtesy transportation, and insurance rentals.
  • Those replacing a vehicle damaged by the storm in the region are eligible for $1,000 in purchase assistance for almost all 2018 and 2019 models under the GM brand, in addition to other incentives such as GM's military and first responder discounts. Customers who are leasing are eligible for $500 lease allowance, on top of the aforementioned incentives.
  • Residents of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia must present an insurance claim form indicating vehicle damage as a result of Hurricane Florence. The offer is valid until the end of October, excludes select trim levels, and is not available with some other offers.
“The entire GM family of brands and services has come together to aid those experiencing the devastation caused by Hurricane Florence – this is personal for us as many of our families, friends, dealer partners, and employees are among those directly impacted,” says Alan Batey, president of GM North America.

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.