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Arrow Truck Sales launches Arrow Advantage program

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Arrow Truck Sales has launched Arrow Advantage - a program the company says is designed to tak...

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Arrow Truck Sales has launched Arrow Advantage – a program the company says is designed to take the stress and risk out of purchasing a truck while ensuring the long-term success of its customers.

Arrow Advantage is a two-part program that helps customers achieve success, the company says.

"This year we’re launching Arrow Advantage as a two-part program that can help customers drive successful businesses. The first part of the program offers a menu of services tailored around a driver’s financial well-being before they drive off the lot. The second part of the program will focus on seminars educating customers on how to manage fuel tax reports, mileage logs and more," says Frank Oliveira, vice-president, Arrow Truck Sales Canada.

The program brings six services under one roof, including: Arrow Advantage offers; extended warranty options; emergency roadside assistance; loan and protection payment; gap waiver; and property, casualty and deductible buy-down insurance.

Arrow says the programs combine to protect a customer in the event of a breakdown or accident on or off the job. The services are provided by I-Truck Assist, Kimberley and Associates, ProShield, National Truck Protection and Arrow Financial Services.

Meanwhile, Arrow Truck Sales will also ensure the success of its customers by offering seminars at its Toronto, Calgary and Montreal branches. Seminars will cover topics such as fuel tax reporting, mileage logs and safety and compliance programs. All seminars will be free to customers, the company says.

"The Arrow Advantage Program is working towards revolutionizing the way business is done at its branches in Canada," the company says. "Arrow Advantage takes the customer’s side and works towards making the future roads ahead smoother for its customers."

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