South Carolina car dealership giving flag, gun and bible with ev

South Carolina car dealership giving flag, gun and bible with every sale

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A Ford dealership in South Carolina is having a "God, Guns and America" sale through the end of November. 

The sale is taking place in Honea Path, South Carolina and offers customers a bible, an American flag and a voucher for an AR-15 from a local gun store with every vehicle sale. 

Located in a small town that sits in the northwestern part of the state, this dealership has seen people drive up to two hours to come get their freebies and buy a new rig.

The sale was created by the dealership's general manger who wanted to find a more creative way to reach people and this particular promotion came about after the team discussed their own beliefs, according to Fox Carolina. 

"We love America, we love God and we like to hunt," GM Derrick Hughes said. "We live in a small town where a lot of people like to hunt. [The promotion] appeals to our demographic.”

The gun shop will be running background checks on all who redeem the voucher. 

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