Alabama auto dealership offering Bible, shotgun, American flag with every vehicle purchase

Dealership Ford asked us to end ads giving buyers shotgun Bible and flag

It isn't unusual for a vehicle dealership to throw in a couple of all-season floor mats to sweeten the deal when purchasing a new or pre-owned auto, but one dealership in Alabama is taking it a step further in honor of Independence Day.

The dealership announced the promotion with a Facebook post titled "GOD, GUNS, and FREEDOM".

Hurry up, the offer only runs from July 4th through July 31st.

The deal, created to "celebrate our independence" stipulates that buyers must be 18 or older, have valid identification, can legally purchase a vehicle, and pass all checks associated with owning a firearm in one's state of residency.

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Palmer told Newsweek on Tuesday the promotion isn't meant to make any political statements, nor is their store stocked with guns. They promise that anyone who purchases a new or pre-owned vehicle at their dealership will receive a bible, an American flag, and a 12-gauge shotgun.

The post shows a dealership employee standing by a flag draped over a Ford F-150. "It's not like we're just walking around and handing out guns", Palmer said. Buyers weren't obligated to take any of the items, but so far, buyers have. "It's a safe community".

To qualify for the offer you must be 18 years or older and be able to pass all firearm background checks. If a customer wants the free gun, they can get a certificate to take to get the gun affiliate and get a background check.

"We're not trying to force anything on anybody", he told CNN.

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