myAutoLoan.com To Sponsor The Front Row Motorsports #34 Dodge
Front Row Motorsports, Press Release myAutoloan.com will be an associate sponsor of the #34 Front Row Motorsports entry driven by Chad Chaffin at Texas Motor Speedway, for the Dickies 500.
Denver, NC - October 31, 2006
myAutoloan.com will be an associate sponsor of the #34 Front Row Motorsports entry driven by Chad Chaffin at Texas Motor Speedway, for the Dickies 500.
"I look forward to driving the myAutoloan.com car at Texas," commented driver Chad Chaffin. "The guys have been working real hard to get the cars ready each week. I'm confident we will put together a strong showing this weekend."
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.
"We are excited about our partnership with Front Row Motorsports for the Dickies 500. This is our first venture in the arena of auto racing. We think NASCAR demographics is a good fit with our client base," said Greg Thibodeau Chief Executive Officer of myAutoloan.com. "We look forward to the entire weekend."
"We appreciate the support of myAutoloan.com for the Texas race," said team owner Bob Jenkins. "We think the myAutoloan.com car will be strong this weekend and hopefully we can give myAutoloan.com a good finish their first time out."
Editor Note: Formal and legal name of the company is myAutoloan.com; all appearances of this name should lead with a lower-case 'm'