The presence of novel coronavirus in our community is a rapidly evolving situation. The health and safety of our customers and employees remains our top priority. Like you, we are closely monitoring the CDC guidelines to ensure we are creating the safest environment for everyone inside our facility.
We recognize that we play a vital role in both the safety and transportation of our community. For that reason, we have temporarily closed our Sales department, allowing only purchases that fall in line with the criteria set forth by Governor Inslee's Proclamation 20-25. These purchases include:
1. Close a pending transaction that began before Governor Inslee’s Proclamation 20-25 was issued.
2. Replace a totaled vehicle, replace a damaged vehicle that is impractical to repair.
3. Extend an expiring lease.
4. Provide transportation to essential workers, as identified in the “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” list appendix to Proclamation 20-25 if the worker has no other means of transportation.
If you have any sales related questions, please contact us at email@example.com
Our parts and service departments fall under “essential services” and will therefore remain open. Guests are encouraged to utilize our complimentary pick-up and delivery service. If you would like to have your car serviced but do not feel comfortable leaving your home, we will come pick up your vehicle, service it, and return it to you. Our online payment system makes this service seamless.
Please note that our store hours have changed:
Parts & Service: 7am – 6pm (M-F), 8am - 5pm Saturday, CLOSED Sunday
Sales: 8:30am – 8pm (M-F), 8:30am - 8pm Saturday, 10am - 6pm Sunday
We are also conforming to “social distancing” guidelines, as instructed by the CDC. Our customer lounge accommodations are compliant with the 6 foot rule between guests, and no more than 10 people are allowed in the room at a time. Extra available seating has been created in our showroom for your convenience. Please note that for your safety and for ours, we have temporarily discontinued shuttle service and our café.
We will continue to monitor developments from local, state, and federal authorities and will adjust as necessary to any information we receive. Since 1912, our commitment has been to put people first, and that sentiment has never been truer than it is today. To us, our employees, customers, and community partners are all family. We will get through this together.
The Rodland Family