GMC Hurricane Support Offers Complimentary OnStar Crisis Assist

GMC Hurricane Support - Ewing Buick GMC BlogAnyone who has been impacted by Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma knows how difficult it can be to find the resources needed to overcome the disaster. GMC hopes to make the steps toward safety and recovery easier by providing support for the hurricane victims. That GMC hurricane support is provided in the form of free access to OnStar Crisis Assist, which can help with a number of different things.

Any person with an OnStar-equipped vehicle, or with access to an OnStar-equipped vehicle, can use the OnStar Crisis Assist. This tool immediately connects the user with a trained team of advisors who are there to help in an urgent time of need. OnStar Crisis Assists can help by connecting users with emergency first responders, by helping users find shelter or hotels, by guiding users in evacuation when needed, or by connecting users with friends and family.

OnStar Crisis Assist has already helped over 75,000 people since Hurricane Harvey landed in August of this year. GMC is happy to make such a useful tool available to those in need, and we’re happy to offer vehicles equipped with such a potentially life-saving tool. To learn more about OnStar and Crisis Assist, please stop in at Ewing Buick GMC.

Halloween Fun in Plano, Texas

Halloween Fun in Plano - Ewing Buick GMC Blog

Looking for something spooky to do this year in Plano, Texas? Whether you’re an adult looking for the best scare or a family searching for some Halloween fun in Plano, Ewing Buick GMC has three great recommendations for you this October.

Dark Hour Haunted House

If you’re looking for a real scare this Halloween, then you might want to invest in the slightly pricey Dark Hour Haunted House in Plano. While more expensive than other options, this haunted house receives tons of praise for its production, its theatrical performances, and the genuine scare adult visitors can expect to experience.

Family Fright Night, The Colony, October 21-22, 2017

If you’re looking for something not so scary that the younger audience can enjoy, this family-friendly event is the perfect solution. The Colony is about 25 minutes outside of Plano, but for a night filled with campfires, s’mores, scary movies, haunted hayrides, tent trick or treating, and more, we think it’s worth the drive!

Boo Bash, October 26, 2017

The little ones will also get a kick out of this fun Plano festival, designed for kids 12 and under and their accompanying parents. Nothing scary is in sight at the Boo Bash, which invites you to come in costume for some fun trick or treating and participate in carnival games while you’re there as well.