Bob Seger Promotes Buick with “Detroit Made” Song

Bob Seger, a music legend thanks to his iconic “Old Time Rock and Roll,” has released a new album that features the song “Detroit Made.”

Followers of Chevy have heard use of his song “Like a Rock” in commercials, which has gained him many young fans. Now, it’s only fitting that Seger’s “Detroit Made,” which is a direct to the Buick Electra 225, be used to promote Buick. Get ready to hear about the culture of Detroit, the Motor City, and how the Buick Electra 225 is a smooth car that is the pinnacle of American-made cars.

GM Authority says, “Buick continues to be the oldest existing American automotive brand and is still located in Flint despite General Motors headquarters being in downtown Detroit.” The auto industry is a competitive one and this shows how Buick is not afraid to compete against its rivals, even when in a neighboring city of father company GM. The brand is secure manufacturing in Flint and is in no hurry to change how they are doing things. If it isn’t broken then don’t fix it!

That’s what Seger says about Buick with “Detroit Made,” Rock out in a new Buick from Ewing Buick GMC today!

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