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Dealer Specialties expands full-service product line to include self-service solution

CINCINNATI – Dealer Specialties, a division of Dominion Enterprises and the nation’s leading provider of data and photo collection, inventory management and data distribution services, announced today enhancements to its inventory management tools to support dealers who prefer on-demand online inventory updates.
The Dealer Specialties self-serve tool, available with its Platinum package, enables dealers to collect their own data, upload their own photos, have full VIN decoding for complete and accurate online listing and label details, order and print window labels, change pricing with real-time impact, use the pricing analytics tool, add marketing messages and more.
“What’s invaluable for the dealer is if they get behind on data and photo collection, Dealer Specialties can provide a full-service ‘catch-up’ to keep inventory current. We believe this ‘catch-up’ offering makes our self-serve product offering most unique in the marketplace,” said Al Hess general manager of Dealer Specialties.
Dealer Specialties will continue its core business commitment to provide full-service solutions to dealerships across the country to manage and market their vehicle inventory. Dealer Specialties has the largest Internet distribution channel in the automotive industry, providing full-service and self-service dealers with free leads from its vast network of data Web site partners.
About Dealer Specialties
Dealer Specialties, a division of Dominion Enterprises, is the nation’s leading provider of vehicle photo and data collection, window labeling services and inventory management and marketing. Providing both full-service and self-service solutions, Dealer Specialties has the industry’s largest Internet distribution channel including,, eBay Motors,, Craigslist,, CarTango, Manheim and more. 
Dealerships across the country rely on Dealer Specialties to help manage and market their vehicle inventory. Dealer Specialties is a designated supplier of certified window stickers for General Motors, Acura, Honda, Toyota and Lexus; is a Value Added Reseller for the National Automotive Dealers Association; and has built a vast network of the most knowledgeable and responsive service consultants in the USA. Dealer Specialties partners with sister companies Autobase, AVV, @utoRevenue, Cross-Sell, DataCube, Dealerskins, InterActive Financial Marketing Group, SelectQu and XIGroup to provide dealerships with a more comprehensive and complete solution. For more information on Dealer Specialties, visit

About Dominion Enterprises
Dominion Enterprises is a leading marketing services company serving the automotive, enthusiast and commercial vehicle, real estate, apartment rental, and employment industries. The company’s businesses provide a comprehensive suite of technology-based marketing solutions including Internet advertising, lead generation, CRM, Web site design and hosting, and data management services. The company has more than 45 market-leading Web sites reaching more than 16.7 million unique visitors, and more than 450 magazines with a weekly circulation of 4.3 million. Headquartered in Norfolk, Va., the company has 5,400 employees in more than 200 offices nationwide. For more information, visit


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