GM Australia and New Zealand Aftersales has released details of a brand-new dedicated online store for customers to purchase official GM merchandise.
The all-new store is home to a variety of collectables, ranging from Holden, ‘Final Roar’ motorsport and HSV, to GMSV including Chevrolet and Corvette products.
The new website is www.gmsvstore.com.au and is the place to go for all your favourite collectibles, including apparel, board games, model cars and much more.
“There’s a huge passion and growing demand for a wide range of branded merchandise from the GM portfolio and now, as we get into the final rounds of the Supercars championship as well as with Christmas coming up, is the perfect time to launch the new site,” said Chris Payne, Marketing Manager Aftersales.
“This is a quick and easy way for people to shop at home, at a time convenient to them, often when they’re on the look out for special or memorable items – with the added peace of mind knowing they are purchasing genuine GM and Holden products.”
Items available include official merchandise celebrating the history of the Holden brand, significant new product launches and motoring milestones.
A range of model cars recognising motorsport achievements is also for sale, including
Classics, Red Bull Holden Racing Team models and the exciting new C8 Corvette in 1:18 scale.
“Bathurst holds a special place in the hearts of Holden motorsport fans, so there’s a new range of Holden ‘Final Roar’ polo-shirts commemorating some of the great victories witnessed at The Mountain,” said Mr Payne.
“The collection features Peter Brock, Norm Beechey, Larry Perkins, Craig Lowndes, Mark Skaife and of course the memorable final ‘Holden Factory win’ by Shane van Gisbergen in 2020. Each garment includes the qualifying and winning time of the driver combination, so they represent a special piece of motorsport history.”
“The range will continue to grow, so if you want to be amongst the first to know about new additions, limited release items as well as special offers, then sign up and become a subscriber to the store,” said Mr Payne.