Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com
August 28, 2012
Chrysler and General Motors are banning campaign stops for the candidates running for the U.S. President. The banning hopes to sidestep criticism that might stem from the bailout the two automakers got back in 2008.
"This fall, Chrysler will not host campaign events inside its facilities. The company is focused on meeting production demands," a Chrysler spokeswoman told Automotive News.
“We’re a car company, not a political platform,” a GM spokesman said.
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