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Tom Sparks Buick Reassures Illinois Car Buyers They Are Here to Stay


Despite published reports of GM’s decision to terminate its contract with Tom Sparks Buick in Dekalb Illinois, the dealership has pledged to consumers that they are not going anywhere. Dealer owner, Tom Sparks, publicly stated his pledge to Illinois car shoppers in a letter posted on an automotive Internet newswire.

Tom Sparks Auto received their letter informing them of GM’s decision to decline contract renewal with the Buick dealer on May 15th. According to Tom Sparks, the dealer has always been the leading used car dealer in Dekalb Illinois, the separation with GM will not change their business model. “Last year we sold 48 new Buick’s in contrast to 512 used cars, making us the largest used car dealer in DeKalb. While we continue to see the demise of many dealerships, we are confident, as you should be, that Tom Sparks will continue to serve you in the same manner for years to come.”

Consumers can read the full letter at

When the separation with GM becomes final, the only difference for the Illinois dealership will be that they can no longer sell new Buick/GM cars. And, given the above statement made by Tom Sparks, this change will have no lasting effect on their ability to serve Illinois used car shoppers.

The dealer’s name will officially change to Tom Sparks Automotive and they will continue to be the leader in used car sales and service. Sparks declares, “Tom Sparks is not going away, we are here to stay.”

Consumers can get more information on Tom Sparks Automotive online at


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