LANDERS PLAZA – In an email sent out to all Landers Plaza employees this morning, company officials are now asking that team members in every department begin carpooling to the office beginning immediately. The email stated that an additional 75 parking spots will soon be filled by partially to severely deconstructed bookmobiles that have been out of operation for a minimum of 5 or more years. The company has been expanding its auto-graveyard in the building’s parking lot since 1999 when 3rd summer dealer Jesse Cordiani left his ’86 Mustang with a destroyed transmission in the second row and caught a flight back to Tucson. Over the last 14 years, the Landers Plaza auto-graveyard has experienced steady growth despite challenges such as the tow truck fiasco of 2006, Tim Ritzer’s motorcycle stunts, and Salata taking up spaces when needing a place to park the leftover yachts after leaving 3rd Home.
Company Asks Employees to Carpool, Making Room For Growing Landers Plaza Auto-Graveyard