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Nationwide Acceptance Corporation Joins RouteOne

January 14, 2010

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — RouteOne LLC announced Jan. 14 that it has completed integration with independent subprime lender Nationwide Acceptance Corporation (NAC). Dealers in all of the markets served by NAC may now process credit applications electronically to NAC through the RouteOne platform.

NAC comprises a group of companies specializing in the underwriting and point-of-sale purchase of nonprime and subprime automobile sales finance contracts. NAC serves franchised and independent dealers in the following states: AZ, CA, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MI, MO, MS, NE, NV, NM, OH, OR, SD, TN, UT, WA, WV, and WI.

"We are pleased to welcome Nationwide Acceptance Corporation to RouteOne," said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. "Their widespread footprint across the U.S. allows us to better serve our dealer customers. We are proud to offer their services through the RouteOne platform."

"We are very excited to integrate with one of the nation's premier platforms for dealers to access finance companies," said Martin Less, president of NAC. "RouteOne has an excellent reputation of service to their dealers, which is something that we strive for daily at Nationwide. Being part of the RouteOne system will make it easier for dealers to do business with us as we continue our growth and expansion. We look forward to working with RouteOne and servicing our dealers on their platform."

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