Longwood Industries

Longwood Industries Expands Reach To Car Sales Assistance

Press Release   •   Oct 29, 2010 15:28 EDT

LONGWOOD INDUSTRIES EXPANDS REACH TO CAR SALES ASSISTANCE – HELPS THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS & CANADIANS WITH THE SELLING AND BUYING OF USED CARS THROUGH AUTO MARKETING SYSTEMS

Bedford, VA - Longwood Industries, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides training and work to disabled and non-disabled individuals has tapped into another long neglected demographic – that of the used car buyer and seller. They created Auto Marketing Systems to help individuals who are selling their used car find a buyer searching for just that vehicle.

With traditional auto classifieds, the seller places an ad and waits for the buyer to find it. With Auto Marketing Systems, they bring the buyer to the seller. This proactive approach results in a greater number of used car sales. When a seller becomes an AMS client they are buying access to thousands of used car shoppers. From the moment a client places their vehicle for sale through the AMS network, the matching system goes to work, querying databases of car shoppers for someone looking for the client’s exact automobile.

Auto Marketing Systems is so sure their proactive approach to used car buying and selling will revolutionize the business of buying a car, that they offer a 90-day money back guarantee.  If a client’s car does not sell within 90 days, the price of AMS’s services is refunded, or the service is extended at no additional fee.  AMS receives hundreds of requests daily from used car buyers. Through a process of organizing the requests and locating sellers, they've been able to help thousands of individuals across the U.S. and Canada.

For more information about how AMS can help you sell avehicle, please call: 1-866 326-0949 or visit the website at www.AMSVehicleSales.com.

AMS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Longwood Industries, Inc.

ABOUT LONGWOOD INDUSTRIES

Longwood Industries, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides training and work to disabled and non-disabled individuals their goal is to develop lines of business in which individuals of varying skill levels may participate and earn a wage. In addition, they provide disabled individuals with job and work adjustment training as well as transportation to and from work.