WASHINGTON — General Motors Co. plans to open a number of dealerships around the country and has been inviting some rejected dealers in those areas to apply.
GM spokesman Greg Martin declined to say how many franchises would be awarded, where they would be or when dealerships would open. He said any dealer whose stores are being shuttered can submit a proposal. He declined to say what criteria GM would apply.
Tammy Darvish, a leader of a group of rejected dealers known as the Committee to Restore Dealer Rights, said: "The GM terms are inadequate."