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Following Castro’s death, Miami Chevrolet dealership offers up to $15k discount

Bomnin Chevrolet in Miami is offering up to $15,000 off MSRP on the purchase of a new car, truck or SUV following the death of Fidel Castro, the dealership announced Saturday.
The deal is scheduled to last until Sunday evening and is available on select Chevrolet Corvettes, Silverados, Tahoes and Suburbans.

“Being a Cuban immigrant with some of my family still there, I know we are all praying and hoping for continued development and positive changes to come in Cuba’s future,” said Arnaldo Bomnin, owner of Bomnin Chevrolet.

“I was fortunate enough to make it to America and accomplish the American dream, and my hope is that one day Cubans will be able to experience the same freedoms there.”

150304182231-18-fidel-castro-0304-restricted-super-169Bomnin, who was born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in 1970 escaped the communist nation and came to the U.S. in 1996 with only a gold watch and three gold rings to his name.

After working at an avocado farm, landscaping and selling seafood on the streets of Miami, Bomnin landed a job as a car salesman.

“Leaving Cuba, was like being born again. I had to start everything over,” Bomnin said. “I was 26 when I arrived here. I didn’t speak the language. I didn’t know how to drive. I didn’t know what a credit card or FICO score were. It was all very frustrating, but I had to learn.”

After working his way up from the sales floor to managing multiple dealerships, Bomnin now owns and runs the largest Chevrolet dealership in the southeast U.S., which is also the largest minority-owned General Motors dealer in the nation.

Bomnin Chevrolet is located at 8455 South Dixie Highway in Miami, Florida on U.S. 1 next to Dadeland Mall.

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Deaqon James
Deaqon James is a Commercial & Glamour photographer who also enjoys cars, sneakers and of course beautiful women. He founded High Speed Magazine in 2006.

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