Subaru Grand Opening Shows San Bernardino Auto Center is On Its Way Back
Mayor Morris says Auto Center is a major source of tax revenue
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (Oct. 25, 2011) — Subaru of San Bernardino’s recent grand opening marked another step in the financial turnaround of the San Bernardino Auto Center.
The event was attended by San Bernardino Mayor Pat Morris and several other local elected officials such as State Sen. Bob Dutton, County Supervisor Neil Derry, County Supervisor Josie Gonzales, San Bernardino city councilmen Tobin Brinker, Rikke Van Johnson and Chas Kelley, and San Bernardino city attorney Jim Penman.
Cliff Cummings, owner of the San Bernardino Auto Center, said the opening of the Subaru dealership is a sign that the city, and the auto center is heading in the right direction.
“This auto plaza is on its way back,” Cummings said. “The addition of new dealerships shows the auto center is returning to its place as the commercial hub in San Bernardino.”
He also thanked city officials for their support in helping him get the auto center back up and running.”This is a great example of how the public and private sector can work together to create jobs,” Cummings said.
Morris praised Cummings for his efforts to keep the auto center running and for supporting the local economy. “The Auto Center is the single biggest tax payer for the City’s general fund,” Morris said.
About Subaru of San Bernardino
Subaru of San Bernardino provides a wide range of Subaru vehicles to customers in the Inland Empire. The service department is staffed by courteous factory-trained and ASE-certified mechanics. Subaru of San Bernardino’s service department utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic machines, computerized equipment and a well-stocked parts department to get the maximum performance out of vehicles. For more information about Subaru of San Bernardino call 909.888.8686, go to www.subaruofsanbernardino.com or follow them on Facebook.