Westbury, NY, USA, 09/09/2015 /SubmitPressRelease123/
Everyone knows bad news travels fast: plummeting stock markets, life threatening hurricanes, and Donald Trump’s campaign, to name just a few. But the news isn’t all bad. There is a startup New York company that transcends the negative stories of the day. It is a new business that offers a fast, easy, and convenient way for people to sell their used car or truck for the most money possible.
Not only has Jerry Alexatos begun to offer New York residents the most professional and hassle free process of selling their used car or truck, but he is also giving back to the communities where his business flourishes. His new company, cashinyourcar.com, has already donated backpacks and school supplies to Long Island Cares, who in turn gives these supplies to school children whose families have fallen on tough financial times. Those backpacks are filled with enough school supplies to help get these kids through at least one semester. “A local business, no matter what it is, should help make their community better. I’ve always believed that,” said Mr. Alexatos.
Cashinyourcar.com, with locations in Westbury and Hicksville, New York, is comprised of some of the most experienced used car evaluators in the country. They also won’t waste your time. Those who have used cars to sell can get a check in as little as 15 minutes from the physical vehicle inspection, providing they have receipt of a valid title, lien release and identification. And because everyone is so pressed for time these days, Mr. Alexatos and his agents will even come to you, seven days a week. Or if you prefer, you can enter your vehicle information online where their proprietary system will calculate the highest possible value for your car. If you like their offer, you can bring your car to one of their conveniently located buying centers with a certificate of title and quickly complete the transaction.
When someone does business with cashinyourcar.com they’re also helping kids and others in Long Island. “Giving back to the community is what it’s all about,” said Mr. Alexatos. “And that’s what we’ll always do.”
Contact: Jerry Alexatos
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