NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - Nov 16, 2012) - SMA Alliance Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMAA) is excited to announce the appointment of Jack Patterson to V.P. of International Sales and Marketing. This position is in response to SMA's expansion into the Canadian Markets of Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Quebec. Mr. Patterson's experience will be utilized in building client relations in the Canadian Market, negotiating contracts, and expanding the sales force division.
Jack Patterson has been with SMA since its inception and has helped build and train SMA's sales team. "I am very pleased to accept this position and help SMA expand into the global markets. I believe our company will excel in the Canadian automobile markets rapidly," stated Jack Patterson.
"With Canada's reported used car sales of 2.9 million+ units in 2010 and new car sales of 1.5 million+ units for the last two years, SMA expects to capture a large portion of the online marketing and advertising budgets for some of Canada's largest dealers. We believe SMA can increase our revenue by 2 million dollars in the first year in this market," reported Tim Stephens, C.E.O. of SMA Alliance.
About SMA Alliance
SMA Alliance's technology acts as a lead generator rather than a lead provider. This means instead of driving customers to a corporate website, a dealer's entire inventory is placed in ads that are placed on classified websites with the highest consumer traffic to gain the most exposure in Internet advertising.
Some of the sites that SMA feeds include Craigslist, Backpage and eBay Classifieds, Oodle, AOL Autos, cardomain.com, lemonfree.com, Walmart Classifieds, web2carz.com, Military.com Classifieds and Overstock.com.
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