GM, Kelley Blue Book plan joint Web site

Miller, Joe
February 2000
Automotive News;2/14/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5861, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on General Motors Corp.'s signing of a deal with Kelley Blue Book to create a Web site that combines parts of the latter's vehicle-buying information site with parts of the GM BuyPower site. Linking of visitors to a Kelley-GM co-branded Web site that will allow them to search GM BuyPower database of General Motor dealership inventories; Offering of used-car pricing report and vehicle purchase information.


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