President Obama said, "Considering GM's extensive operations with in their boarders, the government of Canada and Ontario have agreed to do their part with an investment in GM's future."
But, not Jimmy Cloessner, General Manager of Waller-Singer chevrolet.
Clossener said, "It has had no impact, our service drive was full this morning, we've had customers on the showroom floor as of today."
Clossener says his business has always done well. Even though he's a GM dealer he says what happens at the top doesn't have to effect his business.
Clossener said, "Some things are beyond our control, but the things that we do have control over we're going to continue to do those to the best of our ability."
And Cloessner says despite the recent news his business has been booming.
Clossener said, "May was our best month of the year as far as volume, total sales, everything, it was a great month, for us the recession is gone."
Cloessner says June looks to be even more promising than May, for instance, a car like this, the Camaro, he says he can't seem to keep any of them on the lot.
Clossener said, "We definitely have a waiting list, I don't know the exact number, but we have several who have placed deposits on them and we're just waiting for them to come in."
OK, so sales are doing well, but what about parts, what about those who already have a GM made car and need repair work done?
Clossener said, "There should be no concern, we had parts delivered this morning, bankruptcy was filed early this morning, parts were delivered after that, we ordered parts today there will be no issue in ordering parts."
And of course the other concern is warranties..will they still be valid?
Clossener said, "The warranties are still there, they're backed by the government, factory warranties are still there."