Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2006, 08:00 PM UPDATED 11:59 AMBy Nick Zulovich
CARY, N.C. -- The advertising deadline for the first print edition of SubPrime Auto Finance News is early next week, so act fast as space is filling up. SubPrime Auto Finance News will offer articles featuring such industry players as Chase and Wells Fargo, in addition to key insights from such industry leaders as Tom Hudson, a prominent dealer attorney; Ken Shilson, founder of the National Alliance of Buy-Here, Pay-Here Dealers; Chris Leedom, of Leedom of Associates; and more.
The advertising deadline for the first issue of the print publication is Sept. 19, and only a limited amount of space remains. The next deadline comes around Oct. 3. Ad space is also available on SubPrimeNews.com and SubPrime News Update. For further ad information or to subscribe to our offerings, visit SubPrimeNews.com or call Bill Zadeits at (800) .
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Published every Wednesday afternoon, SubPrime News Update is designed to provide dealers, finance managers, funding executives and other used car industry professionals with the very latest and most compelling information available.
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The electronic media were created to fit hand-in-glove with the print publication, which will hit mailboxes in early October. All SubPrime offerings work hand in hand to provide insights and articles featuring such industry players as Chase, Wells Fargo, AmeriCredit, the National Auto Finance Association and much more. The subprime industry is one of the fastest growing segments of business today, and staying up-to-date on the latest trends, compliance issues and industry offerings are a must. To access some of these articles now, visit SubPrimeNews.com.
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All the best,
Jennifer Reed, SubPrime Auto Finance News Editor