RoadDealer.com Announces Chicago Tribune Partnership

Auction alternative makes progressive move with another partnership.

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RoadDealer.com partners with the Chicago Tribune

RoadDealer.com adds progressive partnership

The RoadDealer program offers dealerships the chance to improve their bottom line while improving the process of buying and selling their used car inventories.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 10, 2013

RoadDealer.com, a unique online platform that affords auto dealerships the ability to buy, sell, and trade aged and wholesale vehicles between dealerships, is excited to announce another partnership. Recently, the Chicago Tribune formed a strategic partnership with RoadDealer.com to better assist its customers.

Through its members only website, RoadDealer.com’s database of inventory holds over 20,000 vehicles ready for dealerships to buy from fellow dealerships, creating an online community of dealers, opposed to utilizing auctions. RoadDealer.com’s exclusive platform eliminates auction fees and replaces with one low monthly fee.

“For many years, the Chicago Tribune has been working with all of the Chicagoland automotive dealers, and the goal has always been to create ROI and value. We feel very strongly about being able to accomplish those goals by partnering with RoadDealer,” Chicago Tribune manager Ron Salata said.

The partnership with the Chicago Tribune is the company’s third, following newly created partnerships with ADAMM (Milwaukee) and CATA (Chicago).

Jim Battista, president of RoadDealer.com said, “We felt it was a mutually beneficial decision to form this relationship. They have been serving dealers for years. The Tribune Company does not have a wholesale platform, and we were confident that RoadDealer.com would fill that need, providing dealers another program to better serve their customers by quickly and easily finding retail ready cars.”

Battista and Salata share the common belief that helping a dealership’s bottom line should not be complicated.

“The RoadDealer program offers dealerships the chance to improve their bottom line while improving the process of buying and selling their used car inventories,” Salata said.

Battista knows creating new partnerships furthers his company’s success.

“We believe that RoadDealer.com and the Tribune Company will build a long lasting relationship and provide the perfect platform to aid dealers with their car sourcing needs,” Battista said.

For more information about RoadDealer.com and how it makes buying and selling used cars, visit http://www.roaddealer.com.


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