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Liberty Lake gets Gee Imports in former Hummer site


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Liberty Lake vehicle dealership George Gee Automotive has opened Gee Imports, which will sell a cross-section of foreign vehicles.

The lot will take over the former Gee Hummer location on the north side of Interstate 90, at 21602 E. George Gee Ave. in Liberty Lake.

Company CEO Ryan Gee said the goal is to help more customers find efficient and safe imports.

Gee Imports Sales Manager John Paine said most of the cars at the dealership will be 2004 and newer. The selection will lean toward preferred brands such as Hondas, Subarus, Toyotas, Nissans and Mazdas, he said.

“People in the market want efficient, well-made and safe vehicles,” he said.


The dealership is hosting a grand opening Thursday through Nov.7. After being started by George Gee 27 years ago, the dealership sells new GMC, Cadillac, Porsche and Kia vehicles. It also sells domestic used cars on its main lot.


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