Payless Car Sales Teams with Royal Administrative Services

Payless Car Sales recently announced that it has signed a new preferred partnership agreement with Royal Administrative Services, Inc. of Hanover, Mass.

Royal Administrative Services will provide Payless dealers with an enhanced set of ancillary products and vehicle service programs to offer their customers.

“We’ve had some great warranty programs in the past,” said Mike Harley, Payless president and COO. “But Royal, which has a variety of standard service plans, also provides us with the ability to design a product that is specifically tailored to meet our customers needs and that’s a huge selling factor with today’s shopper”.

“Our dealers do everything they can to provide each Payless customer with the best pre-owned vehicle available at the lowest price possible,” said Harley. “But when you’re building a brand, especially in this business, winning the trust of your customer is paramount. That’s why we insure that every product we offer is top-of-the-line in both quality and value. Royal backs their products with a level of service second to none.”

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