Consider This... GM Should Leave Texas Dealerships Alone - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Consider This... GM Should Leave Texas Dealerships Alone

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - General Motors is now putting Texas car dealerships and their employees at risk. That's according to Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and I agree 100%.

In a statement released last week, Abbott says he's concerned that GM wants to be freed from certain Texas laws - laws that protect local dealerships. If that happens, local dealerships could be forced to sign agreements that may actually hurt their business.

Among other things, these bad agreements could:

  1. Deny local dealerships the right to market other car brands.
  2. Force local dealerships to order new gm vehicles, even if those vehicles don't sell in Lubbock.
  3. These agreements could even limit location options for local dealerships.

This is way too much government involvement. Oh, did I mention that gm is now majority owned by the government? Consider this, if GM and the federal government get their way, our family owned dealerships, their employees and you the consumer will be the loser.

If you agree, then write your congressman and state elected officials.  Their information is listed below. Tell them to leave Texas alone and let free enterprise continue to work on the South Plains.

Randy Neugebauer
611 University Ave. Suite #220
Lubbock, Texas 79401
Phone: (806) 763-1611
Toll Free: 1-888-763-1611

Joe Heflin
114 West Aspen
Crosbyton, TX 79322
Phone: (806) 675-1583

Representative Carl Isett
1001 Main Street Suite 602
Lubbock, Texas 79401
(806) 763-2366
Send an E-mail

Representative Delwin Jones
5609-A Villa Drive P.O. Box 2910
Lubbock, Texas 79412
(806) 763-4468
Send an E-mail

Senator Robert Duncan
1001 Main Street Suite 608
Lubbock, Texas 79401
(806) 762-1122
Send an E-mail

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