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AIS Rebates Simplifies Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Incentives and Rebates

January 22, 2008

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — AIS Rebates, a provider of OEM incentive information, has re-launched a unique product for U.S. Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealerships. The service provides a simplified way for dealer personnel to easily and quickly determine all appropriate incentives and rebates for new 2007 and 2008 vehicles.

“We are excited about the reintroduction of this product to support Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealerships,” said Greg Kelly, marketing director at AIS Rebates. “Until now, the dealership sales team needed to sort through dozens of pages of micro size print sent by the manufacturer to determine the correct incentives.”

According to Troy Ontko, president and founder of AIS Rebates, “Today’s hyper competitive market requires targeted incentives to help move product. The domestic OEMs offer great incentive programs; however, the complexities associated with these offers can cause confusion with dealership management. Many times dealers are unsure if they are aware of all programs or if they have the latest information. Our service ensures dealers have the most accurate information in a simple, easy-to-use format.” AIS Rebates understands the need to format the information in a way dealer personnel can quickly determine the programs that apply.

AIS also provides the ability for dealers to “customize” the Incentive Reference Reports. This automated feature allows dealerships to determine what information to use at each step in the sales process. For example, dealers may choose to modify factory program information such as lease rates and APRs to attain internal profit objectives. Different reports can be provided for salespeople, sales managers, F&I managers and even the accounting office. Up to six different reports can be sent to each dealership. The appropriate reports are generated and sent to the specific individuals within the dealership via e-mail every time there are program changes.

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