May 28, 2008 06:30 ET
Exit Only's TEXT4CARS.COM Realizes Results From Sarah Fisher / INDY 500 Sponsorship
SANTA MONICA, CA--(Marketwire - May 28, 2008) - Exit Only (PINKSHEETS: EXTO) and its
subsidiary TEXT4CARS.COM are pleased to report progress realized from
sponsoring Sarah Fisher's formula 1 race car in this year's INDY 500.
Since news of our involvement with Sarah in this year's INDY 500 became
public, we have noticed overwhelming public interest and support for our
services. More than 40,000 new visitors have explored TEXT4CARS.COM in just
4 days. We have received many inquiries, comments and praise. Our flow of
new customers is substantial. These new customers include several high
value car dealerships.
The Sarah Fisher sponsorship is the first step in our planned national
multi-media campaign to introduce motorists throughout the US and Canada to
the low cost-high speed way to bring car buyers and sellers together
instantaneously. TEXT4CARS.COM is the portal for the modern way to buy and
TEXT4CARS.COM provides no cost advertising to sellers of vehicles. When a
qualified buyer expresses interest, contact information is instantaneously
delivered to the seller who is then charged a token fee. Buyers, sellers,
dealers and private parties have agreed that TEXT4CARS.COM is the most
efficient, low cost and prompt way to buy or sell a car.
For more information please visit our website; www.text4cars.com or
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