Direct Mail Company Forced to Launch 2006 Auto Direct Mail for Automotive Dealers Early

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Automarks, http://www.automarks.com was forced to launch its 2006 automotive direct mail campaigns early for auto dealers. The demand for these greatly successful direct mail campaigns in a time of horrible car sales forced their early release.

Automarks, http://www.automarks.com was forced to launch its 2006 automotive direct mail campaigns early for auto dealers. The demand for these greatly successful direct mail campaigns in a time of horrible car sales forced their early release.

According to Steven Vetter, CEO, the company was actually hard pressed to meet the new deadlines.

"Dealers have been hearing about our direct mail events and can't believe that we are flooding other dealerships with customers in a time that most are dead," said Vetter.

Apparently Automarks holds the key to success in the times of weak sales. The industry has been hit hard with a downward sales spiral since the end of employee pricing. Many domestic dealers are really feeling the heat. Vetter who talks to dealers every day across the nation said, "I have seen it bad, but this is really bad. Our dealers are singing our praises because we are flooding their showrooms with traffic."

Apparently 2006 will be a very good year for Automarks since the sales lull appears to be here for a while.

Automarks can be contact via their website at http://www.automarks.com

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