Written by Mark Hergert
Published on 17 September 2010 Hits: 2347
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"Only serious and qualified individuals will be approved to join the program. By allowing only those who are serious, Auto Credit Dealer Marketing will be able to maintain the quality of service that assures that the Auto Dealer and Client will continue to be the number one priority" replied Mark Hergert when asked who will be able to take part in this venture.

For those franchises who find them interested in a business venture of this magnitude that holds so much promise, minimum investments will start at eighty five thousand dollars. On top of this opportunity that is being extended to franchises who are interested in taking advantage of the No Sale No Fee lead generation program, Auto Credit Dealer Marketing has plans to have this new franchise affiliate program housed in their new headquarters which is located in Kailua-Kona Hawaii. This means that franchise owners will not only be able to benefit from the training program, but they will be able to have fun while doing it.

"Because of the success that AutoNet Financial has seen while using our No Fund No Fee lead generation program, we anticipate that there will be many franchise owners who will be interested in implementing such a program into their own business" states Mark Hergert, CEO.

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