While a large percentage of us use our Ram 1500s for personal use, we tend to forget that the Ram brand and its Ram Commercial side also do a lot of promoting the half-ton lineup for small commercial businesses. Small businesses tend to face unique challenges on their way to success, so Ram Trucks and the rest of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US (FCA US) brands have a program called BusinessLink to offer valuable benefits exclusively for small businesses.
The membership for BusinessLink is free to small businesses. Those businesses are required to submit basic information regarding their business and once approved the member can both sales and services benefits as well as incentives on certain equipment like graphics, toolboxes, and snowplows.
Sales Benefits can include…
- Exclusive vehicle sales incentives for small business owners
- Expertise in commercial financing options
- Commercial Account Manager available to meet at your location, at your convenience
Service Benefits include…
- Extended service hours
- Priority next available bay service
- Access to Mopar® Express Lanes for no appointment necessary oil changes, battery tests and more
The BusinessLink operation recently released some funny web commercials showcasing the BusinessLink program with the new Ram 1500. The commercials entitled “Jack of all Trades” are wacky off-the-wall put showcases the program.
So far three commercials were released on social media, the first one entitled “Buggin’ Out Non-Lethal Exterminator” shows Jack trying to eliminate the local pest problem at his local Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram (CDJR) dealer. The second commercial called “Presidential Party Time”, shows Jack trying and his struggles with seasonal business. The last commercial named “Clip-Art Topiaries” shows Jack and his latest venture of working in landscaping.
For those looking for more information and/or to enroll in the BusinessLink program, can call 877-2THELINK (877-284-3546), visit a participating BusinessLink dealership, or check out Business Link’s dedicated website.