New incentives try to jump-start auto sales

Connelly, Mary
September 2001
Automotive News;9/24/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5949, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the marketing strategies employed by car dealer to improve auto sales in the United States. Impact of terrorism on the automobile industry; Promotion of incentive and financing programs for customers; Appeal of the government on consumers to resume economic activity.


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