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New Marketing Service Launches for Dealers and Finance Sources

January 10, 2012

CHICAGO, Ill. Direct Credit Marketing Inc. is a newly launched company aimed at helping finance sources, dealers, and credit unions select the best method of marketing for their individual needs.

The company’s offerings enable customers to combine several marketing tools to improve the overall response rates and generate more of the right traffic, according to Direct Credit Marketing.  Auto dealers are provided with the same analytic tools that lenders and credit unions use when selecting a group of consumers to target. Dealers who use the company’s solutions are provided a report that shows the best consumers to target.

"We believe that new venture will improve the marketing and sales process for automotive, truck, and power sports retailers," said Denny Long, president of Direct Credit Marketing. "Direct Credit Marketing will be able to provide a better process for ordering marketing campaigns for dealers, lenders, and credit unions.”

The company also provides custom and specific analysis reports and custom special finance marketing tools, according to Direct Credit Marketing. Products include credit-based direct mail, automotive credit report inquiry triggers , bankruptcy programs tailored to each customer, subprime websites and custom domain registration, and custom marketing solutions for dealers and lenders.

For more information, visit www.directcreditmarketing.com or www.autodealertriggers.com.

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