Auto Financing Lead Provider Launches Web-Based Finance Center
BlueSky Marketing now provides consumers with new & used purchase, refinance, private party, and lease buyout auto financing through blueSkyautofinance.com. Customers are obtaining auto financing and buying cars from participating preferred dealers.
San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2007
BlueSky Marketing Group, Inc., a nationally recognized leader in automotive marketing, providing award winning lead generation services for automotive dealers, launches an online consumer auto finance center, "Powered By myAutoloan.com". The "Powered By" website, blueSkyautofinance.com provides consumers complete online auto finance solutions and franchise auto dealers approved customers that are ready to buy.
Consumers receive up to four auto loan approvals online, and preferred dealers receive approved buyers who are ready to purchase a vehicle. It's a winning combination for both dealers and consumers.
Through blueSkyautofinance.com applicants can receive up to four auto loan offers online, in real-time, and can arrive at the participating Preferred Dealer with check-in-hand. Consumers benefit from the company's Preferred Dealer network by having qualified dealers that can assist them with their vehicle purchase. And, preferred dealers benefit by receiving real, approved and qualified customers who are willing to work with a Preferred Dealer to complete their vehicle purchase.
"Our partnership with myAutoloan.com gives blueSky customers and dealers real value," said Brian Hall, president of blueSky Marketing. "Consumers receive up to four auto loan approvals online, and preferred dealers receive approved buyers who are ready to purchase a vehicle. It's a winning combination for both dealers and consumers."
"We are excited about the opportunity and value that blueSky will bring to their online customers and Preferred Dealers. Getting up to four real loan offers is very empowering and customers love choice. Having choice provides a very positive customer experience!" said Dale L. Peterson, president of myAutoloan.com.
Visit www.blueskymarketing.com or call 1.800.BLUESKY to:
- Get more information about Preferred Dealer and blueSky's Award-Winning Lead Generation Programs
- Learn about how Preferred Dealer generates auto leads and incremental vehicle sales
- Get more information on how myAutoloan.com's Preferred Placement® technology can add value to the auto financing process
* Learn about "Powered By myAutoloan.com" and how to become a Powered By partner
About blueSky Marketing Group, Inc.
blueSky Marketing, a nationally recognized leader in automotive marketing and customer acquisition provides award-winning lead generation programs for franchise automotive dealers. blueSky's award-winning programs include, Real Leads, Special Finance Internet Leads, True Mail, Pre-Screened Direct Mail with Live Call-Center, Preferred Dealer, Approved Car Buyers and Smart Dealer, Web-based Lead Manager with DealerTrack® integration. BlueSky Companies, Inc. is the parent company for blueSky Marketing Group, Inc., and blueSky Financial Services, Inc., a nationally licensed sales & finance company. blueSky is located in the East Bay of San Francisco in San Ramon, California.
myAutoloan.com is a subsidiary of Horizon Digital Finance, L.L.C., and a nationally licensed direct-to-customer, Internet-based auto financing marketplace utilizing Preferred Placement® technology and processes. Preferred Placement® helps consumers obtain auto financing with real lenders providing real loans in real time. Preferred Placement® also matches approved and qualified customers with participating qualified franchised auto dealers through their auto lead generation program called Preferred Dealer. Horizon Digital Finance and myAutoloan.com are quickly becoming recognized leaders of the online direct-to-customer lifestyle financing process by providing innovative technology-driven solutions. They are located in Irving, Texas.
Editor Note: Formal and legal name of the company is myAutoloan.com; all appearances of this name should lead with a lower-case 'm'