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Thrifty Car Sales Partners With

November 29, 2006

Tulsa, Okla. — Thrifty Car Sales, a subsidiary of Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc., is announcing a new partnership with The Internet-based marketplace lending platform will provide additional auto financing options for customers of Thrifty Car Sales' national network of franchised used car dealerships by offering online direct to consumer financing.

" is an excellent addition to our portfolio of lenders," said Jeff Cerefice, vice president of Thrifty Car Sales. "This new Thrifty-branded partnership will provide Thrifty Car Sales customers with access to numerous national online direct-to-consumer lenders that include E-LOAN, HSBC, Roadloans, WFS Financial/Wachovia and others, with programs that will fit most consumers in today's market. is quickly becoming a recognized leader in providing consumers with innovative financing products."

"We are thrilled to have Thrifty Car Sales join the Powered by Finance Center marketplace lending platform," said Greg Thibodeau, CEO of "This partnership offers their customers and dealerships real value, with real lenders providing real loans, real-time online."

Located in Irving, Texas, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Horizon Digital Finance, LLC, a nationally licensed, direct-to-consumer, Internet-based financing marketplace lender utilizing Preferred Placement technology and processes. Preferred Placement technology helps consumers obtain auto loan financing online with real lenders providing loans in real time. is quickly becoming a recognized leader of online lifestyle marketplace financing process by providing innovative technology-driven solutions through "Powered by" and licensing opportunities.

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