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DriveTime to Increase Nationwide Workforce By More Than 15 Percent in 2007

February 15, 2007

PHOENIX — DriveTime, the largest used car sales and finance company in the country serving the subprime credit market, announced it will add over 400 new employees to dealerships and inspection centers across the country, as well the company's Arizona-based home office and call center.

The race to hire comes on the heels of the company's addition of over 20 dealerships in the last two years. This year, DriveTime is expected to open 15 more dealerships in new regions such as Greensboro, N.C. and Denver, Colo. DriveTime currently employs over 2,700 people in 98 dealerships in nine states.

"We're stepping up our growth going into 2007,” said Jon Ehlinger, DriveTime spokesperson. “We're looking forward to expanding into new markets and bringing our brand to new customers. Our goal is to hire people that fit our culture and are looking for a real career opportunity with a rapidly growing company creating a unique market niche."

DriveTime is hiring retail, sales, loan servicing and training associates as well as executive and administrative positions in the Phoenix home office and call center, and throughout its 98 dealerships. The company has received several "Best Places to Work" awards and continues to expand its award winning community outreach program called SchoolTime.

Visit www.drivetime.com to find out more about the company or to fill out an online application.

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