Payless Opens 3 Fla. Locations

Payless Car Sales, Inc. announced the recent opening of three new franchised dealerships in their home state of Florida. The new Payless stores are located in Clearwater, the Greater Tampa Bay area and Panama City.

This brings the total number of Payless Car Sales Florida franchisees to an even dozen, more than in any other state.

Other Florida Payless Car Sales dealerships can be found in:

- Hialeah (2)

- Miami (5)

- Miramar

- Plantation Orlando

- Tampa

- West Palm Beach

Payless is actively seeking qualified independent used car dealers to join their franchise system and represent the Payless brand in: Bradenton, Daytona Beach, Ft. Myers, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Naples, New Port Richey, Melbourne, Ocala, Pensacola, Sarasota and Tallahassee. The Payless Car Sales Franchise System is designed to help qualified independent used car dealers sell more cars. Though affiliation with its nationally recognized and trusted brand, Payless provides “preferred vendor” relationships with floor plan providers, retail lenders, F&I product and other industry suppliers; unique access to off rental inventories; on-going consulting from a professional staff and a strongly optimized, highly visible and nationwide lead generating website.

Independent Used Vehicle Dealers seeking to grow their sales should contact: James Formanek at (813) 380-4999, or [email protected] For additional information about the Payless Car Sales franchise opportunity, visit PaylessFranchise.com.

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