Friday, March 20, 2020 Fredericton Vehicles & Parts
It is better to be safe than sorry, in support of balancing the curve and doing the right thing. Jim Gilbert’s Wheels & Deals Canada’s Huggable Car and PowerSports Dealer will be closing tomorrow at 5pm Friday, March 20th for one week.

Our team means everything to us and we have asked them to stay home next week, they will receive full pay and benefits. This is the Gilbert’s Family way to help our Wheels and Deals family do their part.

We hope all of our customers understand and appreciate this unprecedented decision. Under PNB guidelines we technically can stay open but feel shutting down for one week is best. The health of our team is paramount.

We will be evaluating the situation daily as of today we plan on reopening Monday March 30th per PNB Guidelines.

Our Sales Team requested that they still would like to assist you digitally They will monitor all requests from our website, social media pages, by email and phone from the safety of their homes. They would like to help you with isolation boredom! From a distance.

In my 41 years of business I would never have believed we would be shutting down for any reason. But I am glad we worked very hard over the years and are able to help our team today. We ask our customers for their support and pray everyone understands.

Sending everyone a virtual hug from Team Wheels and Deals.
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
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