Alliance Auto Group Opens ‘Urban Car Share Experience’ Location

Luxury car-sharing company Alliance Auto Group, a subsidiary of SourcingLink.net Inc, opened an “Urban Car Share Experience” location at the Los Angeles-based nonprofit People for Community Improvement (PCI), according to a Feb. 28 press release.

The Urban Car Share Experience is Alliance Auto Group’s collaboration with community organizations to provide transportation options for various communities across the U.S.

According to the press release, SourcingLink.net Inc. sees this opportunity as a way to increase its presence and provide services to an “underserved market with great revenue potential.”

More information about can be found at www.sourcinglinknet.com and www.allianceautogroup.com.

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  1. Ray Huffstutter [ March 7, 2012 @ 06:17PM ]

    Car rental industry professional with proven operations and business development skills. Excellent industry reputation and geographically mobile. Would like to send my resume.

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