Tennessee Auto Finance Creates Blog Geared Toward Volunteer State Auto Enthusiasts

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Tennessee Auto Finance has launched a new blog aimed at Tennessee automotive enthusiasts and car shoppers.

Tennessee Auto Finance

Tennessee Auto Finance

We decided to take a more local-based approach, featuring news and content that is highly relevant to our reading audience.

Tennessee Auto Finance (http://www.tennesseeautofinance.com), one of the Volunteer State's leading providers of financial services for car shoppers, has launched a new blog dedicated to the state's automotive enthusiasts and car shoppers. The blog covers topics germane to the Tennessee consumer, such as legislative changes and financial news, while also featuring interesting tidbits involving the state's rich car culture and automotive heritage. Recent posts have covered the following topics:

-New “Guns-in-Trunks” Law Being Passed in Tennessee
-East Tennessee Vehicle Thefts Increasing
-New TN Epidemic: Scrapyard Pawn Shops
-TN: Too Many Chargers, Not Enough Cars?

The blog is authored by various team members from the company, all of whom have many years of experience in the automotive industry. Currently, the blog is not set up to accept comments, but the company plans to open up this functionality in the coming weeks. They will also be increasing their presence in social media channels, in order to strengthen brand awareness and draw prospective clients. The company has plans to publish new posts three times per week, all on weekdays. Interested parties can go here to view the company blog.

"A lot of blogs cover the industry on a national level," said the company CEO. "But we decided to take a more local-based approach, featuring news and content that is highly relevant to our reading audience, as well as our prospective customers."

About the Company: Tennessee Auto Finance helps arrange financing for the state's car buyers. The company works with clients of all credit tiers, and strives to encourage and foster sound budgeting and smart negotiation tactics.

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