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Manheim Automotive Financial Services Expands Dealer Service Centers to Nine Locations Nationwide

May 24, 2007

ATLANTA – Manheim Automotive Financial Services (MAFS) announced the opening of eight new Manheim Dealer Service Centers throughout the United States, bringing the total number of locations to nine. All centers will provide customers with a range of financial services, as well as access to other Manheim products including Manheim Simulcast and OVE.com.

“The new locations are designed to offer dealers more convenient access to MAFS and other Manheim products and services,” said Kathy Decker, vice president and general manager for MAFS. “Our goal is to bring services closer to our customers in communities where no Manheim presence exists. We want to make it as easy as possible for customers to do business with us.”

The first Dealer Service Center opened in Jacksonville, Fla., last year to overwhelmingly positive customer feedback. This response along with Manheim’s goal to provide more convenient customer access to products where no Manheim presence exists, led MAFS to open eight other locations in:

• Little Rock, Ark.

• Miami, Fla.

• Ocala, Fla.

• Boise, Idaho

• Wilmington, N.C.

• Sioux Falls, S.D.

• Austin, Texas

• Baton Rouge, La.

MAFS offers a range of financial services that includes inventory financing for independent car dealers, wholesalers and rental dealers. MAFS also provides insurance services and a receivables funding program. MAFS programs and services are designed to help dealers throughout the entire vehicle cycle.

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