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RouteOne Training Added to The ACE Group's Special Finance Training Curriculum

February 21, 2008

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Auto Credit Express Inc. (The ACE Group) will include training on RouteOne's Web-based credit application management system as part of the core curriculum for students enrolled in The ACE Group's Sub Prime University. The Troy-based institution specializes in educating dealers on the fundamentals of special finance.

RouteOne will be included as a permanent component of The ACE Group's subprime training course, designed for personnel with little experience in the special finance industry. Students will learn about the myriad services provided by RouteOne, including its single point of access to captive and non-captive finance sources, credit bureau access, free dealer and financial performance reports, and integration with over 45 service providers, including F&I menu sellers, CRM systems, dealer management systems, credit bureau providers and leads providers.

"We want to be sure our students are well educated on the most up-to-date products such as RouteOne, products that will assist them with profitability and performance within their dealership career," said Dick Haven, vice president of training and consulting, The ACE Group. "Educating our students on the core benefits of RouteOne will give them the edge they need to succeed in the world of special finance."

"We are proud that The ACE Group is offering their students the chance to educate their students on the benefits of RouteOne to their special finance career," said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. "They recognize the benefits of early education and training on the most critically important F&I tools available today."

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