Caseys Auto Repair Is Closing Its Doors in Indianapolis, According to Owner | FOX31 Indianapolis
CASEYS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS IN INDIANAPOLIS, IN THE U.S. WILL BE CLOSING ITS HOURS FOR SEPTEMBER 29, 2017, AND WILL NO LONGER BE A PART OF THE FOX31 INDIANAS NEWSLETTER, THE FOURTH IN A LINE OF NEWSLETTERS APPROVED BY CASEYS’ GENERAL MANAGER JASON COCHRAN, according to a press release issued today by CASEYS CARS.
The company said that the news would not impact its plans for 2017 and beyond.
CASEYS GENERAL MANAGE JASON AND PAUL COCHRANS STATEMENT: “Caseys Auto Parts will be closing its doors at the end of the month.
We wish everyone well in their future endeavors.
This is not an announcement to announce a closing date or to suggest an exit plan.
This announcement is to inform the public of a significant change to our business plans.
We will not be providing any further comment on this change in our business.”
A press release announcing the news said that CASEYS WILL NOT BE ADVISING ANYONE ON A VOLUNTEER OR PART-TIME BASIS ON A FEE OR PERIOD OF HOURS OR A CASH INTEREST.
CASEYSON CARS INCORPORATED IN 2003 AND IS A REVOLUTIONARY AND EMERGING INDUSTRY, DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FOR ITS FUTURE AND TO INCREASE ITS PRODUCTION.
The release also said that Caseys had “no immediate plans” for 2017.