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Military.com, TrueCar Launch Auto Buying Service

September 08, 2011

MCLEAN, Va. — Military.com, which serves active duty personnel in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, announced it is now working with TrueCar Inc. to provide its members with competitive pricing and a hassle-free online car buying service.

"Our alliance with TrueCar directly benefits the military car shopper,” said T McCreary, president of Military.com. “This new functionality will allow better visibility on pricing, guidance on the best dealerships, and will alert our members about special deals or discounts available because of their service in the military,"

The program offers users a comprehensive online resource to research new and used cars, the ability to configure a virtual vehicle and see competitive upfront price quotes from dealers in their local area, according to Military.com.

"We are extremely proud to be associated with Military.com to provide their members, who are comprised of our nation's military service men and women, with a program that not only delivers convenience in the car buying experience, but also provides considerable cash savings," said Scott Painter, CEO of TrueCar, Inc.

For more information, visit www.military.com or www.truecar.com.

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