The “Hot Button” marketing program, which attracted some 2 million consumers to General Motors Corp. dealerships in 2004 and raised the awareness of GM’s OnStar in-vehicle telematics technology, returns for a second run at the auto maker from April 11 through May 31. Eligible consumers have a chance to win one of 1,000 ’06 vehicles by visiting participating GM dealerships and pushing the OnStar “Hot Button” in specially designated vehicles. Every GM brand and 58 different models are ...

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