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[June 17, 2013]

Leo Auto Sales Joins Dealer Family

Sioux Falls, SD, Jun 17, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Leo Auto Sales in Warwick has teamed up with to take advantage of their offering of website, inventory, data distribution and social media solutions for marketing their dealership. A new website has been created at and will help increase the dealership's online presence and help bring in new customers.'s services offer Leo Auto Sales a competitive advantage in the marketplace with advertising solutions, technology savvy site design and company positioning, and ranking tools throughout the World Wide Web; all developed with the car buying consumer in mind. Leo Auto Sales will also be a part of's exclusive automotive partnership with Warwick, Rhode Island, as has secured an exclusive automotive listing partnership with the up and coming classified listing service.

Being associated with gives the dealership access to the national automotive lead-generating website with millions of vehicles for sale. The Leo Auto Sales inventory listing and website gives them the advantage over other automotive dealers in the marketplace.

Sean Coffman of says, "We look forward to enhancing the Leo Auto Sales brand on the Internet and bringing them customers while demonstrating our commitment to customer service." About Leo Auto Sales: Leo Auto Sales is located in Warwick, Rhode Island.

About created in 1999, is one of the fastest growing and most popular auto classified websites. offers a fast and effective way to connect buyers with sellers of used cars. reaches millions of unique visitors each month and is a privately held company. provides a full suite of services for the dealer including websites, inventory management, ad posting tools, lead management, printable features, mobile applications & sites, reporting & statistics and more.

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