Jan. 12, 2013
-- Wesley Chapel Nissan issued an announcement on Friday that the dealership had been featured in a print article discussing the introduction of the Rebuild America Auto Program.
The feature article explained that in August 2011 Wesley Chapel Nissan launched the Rebuild America Auto Program, which was designed to assist customers with what is typically considered bad credit. The article explained that Rebuild America Auto Program focuses solely on finding auto loans for borrowers who have filed bankruptcy, those returning from military deployment and even people with repossessions on their credit report.
The article explained that the definition of bad credit varies from lender to lender, but that the Rebuild America Auto Program sales specialists usually work with customers who have a credit score below 600. Selling to buyers with subprime credit does provide the dealership a small margin for profit, but more importantly it opens the Nissan dealership to future referrals and service work.
The article explained that the Rebuild America Auto Program department creatively approaches finding interested subprime buyers through print, television advertising, knowledge building targeted web articles and viral Facebook discussions.
The Washington DC based Rebuild America Auto Program specializes in Tampa bad credit auto loans for people who have gone through bankruptcy, foreclosure, long term lack of credit due to extended military service and even assistance for a first time buyer. Rebuild America Auto Program works with banks nationwide, in an effort to help people typically declined by most banks find credible financing for the car they need. Additional information about the Rebuild America Auto Program is available by visiting http://rebuildamericaautoprogram.com/index.htm
, or calling 1-888-865-1602.