COLLEGE PLACE — In a statement emailed today, Mark Gilbert said his company is cooperating with the attorney general’s office and expects the court issues to be settled soon.
“Gilbert Auto Dealerships have worked with the Washington Attorney General’s Office and willingly volunteered business records for our dealership sales transactions while the office inspected us for compliance.
“As a result, we have entered into a mutual agreement, which was filed last week. Our company is determined to correct any issues and has reached and signed this agreement with the attorney general, through which we will provide continued transparency with our customers and the community through voluntary reporting.
“We are also working to address an issue with Honda Financial Services and we expect this action to be to be dismissed in the coming days, just like the instance with City of College Place.
“Throughout the past 11 years, Gilbert Auto has been proud to support its communities in many ways including Peach Basket Classic, Relay For Life, Parks and Recreation, Little League, College Rodeo and Balloon Stampede. We are a family organization that provides jobs for the communities we serve. To best represent them, we will continue to pursue satisfied customers and complete compliance.”