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Arlington GM workers to take home new cars to try out

Bruce Nunnally

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Employees at the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington, who already put in plenty of overtime weekly, may soon be asked to take work home.

Hundreds have already volunteered.

On Monday, a tractor-trailer rig from Detroit will arrive at the Arlington plant with six new vehicles aboard – cars and crossovers that GM employees will be able to check out and take home for a night or weekend as part of a new "GM Vehicle Plant Tour." The vehicles will be at the plant for a month.

"We had so much interest in it we had to use a lottery to determine who would get to be a volunteer," said Enrique "J.R." Flores Jr., president of United Auto Workers Local 276, which represents most of the plant's 2,400 workers. "People are really excited about it."

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