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Dealer Specialties Certified by GM as Third Party Provider

July 23, 2007

CINCINNATI — Dealer Specialties, a Dominion Enterprises Company and a provider of vehicle data collection, image generation, inventory management and window labeling services, was certified by General Motors (GM) as a third-party provider for GM's eInventory site.

Through integration with Inventory Manager, Dealer Specialties’ premier inventory management application, vehicles will be automatically certified as GM and uploaded to GM’s eInventory site. This eliminates the need for dealers to manually flag each vehicle as “GM certified” and also to manually upload each vehicle to the Website.

“Dealer Specialties is proud to be working with General Motors as a Preferred Third Party Provider,” said Glen Garvin, general manager of Dealer Specialties. “We have worked with them since their inception in 1998 and take pride in watching the growth of the GM Certified brand over the years. In 2006, Dealer Specialties processed and photographed over 10,000 GM Certified vehicles.”

Dealer Specialties also provides dealers with the appropriate GM CUV (Certified Used Vehicle) window label, FTC compliant buyer’s guide, as well as distribution of GM certified vehicle inventory to the industry’s largest network of more than 1,600 partner sites; including GetAuto.com, Cars.com, Google Base, AutoTrader.com, eBay Motors, The Cobalt Group and more. GM certified vehicles will be displayed with a GM Certified logo next to each listing.

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