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Woodbury, CT. May 5, 2008 –-Premier Financial Services (PFS), the industry leader in highline, exotic and vintage auto leasing, announced today it had reached an agreement with British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin, North America to provide a leasing program for the company’s 31 U.S. dealers. This new program from PFS provides added flexibility and a more effective leasing option for Aston Martin enthusiasts.



“We have created a custom leasing plan for Aston Martin that will be a beneficial tool for their dealers and a great financing alternative for their customers,” states Mitchell Katz, President of Premier Financial Services. “Premier is excited to partner with such a legendary marque as Aston Martin.”



“We are delighted to have aligned with PFS who will bring a new facet of financing options to AMNA and a new opportunity to prospective Aston Martin customers looking to fulfill their aspirations and dreams,” states John Walton, Vice President & General Manager, Aston Martin North America.



This PFS lease program will include all new 2007 models in dealer stock, as well as the 2008 V8 Vantage Roadster and Coupe, currently available through local Aston Martin dealers.



About Premier Financial Services




Headquartered in Woodbury, Connecticut, Premier Financial Services is the nation’s largest lessor of highline, exotic and vintage motorcars. Since 1997, PFS has earned the highest customer service rating within the industry and has created a competitive leasing program for new, pre-owned, auction and private-sale vehicles. Available at authorized new car and independent dealers of fine motorcars, the innovative PFS Simple Lease program provides customers with the flexibility of financing and the tax benefits of leasing. PFS has established relationships with highline vehicle manufacturers to offer their customers unique leasing programs that fit their respective brands. For more information on Premier Financial Services, please visit www.premierfinancialservices.com or call 877.973.7700.



About Aston Martin




Aston Martin is one of the world’s leading sports car manufacturers. Founded in 1914 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford the company has been responsible for some of the most evocative automobiles of all time. Aston Martin has evolved into a prestige manufacturer with class-leading products and perhaps the most high profile automotive brand name in the world.



Aston Martin headquarters are at its high tech production facility at Gaydon in Warwickshire, England - a purpose-built facility where a skilled workforce of 1800 employees have helped gather numerous awards from the automotive and design industries in the past five years. Aston Martin has also enjoyed considerable success on the track and the company’s sporting heritage continues to infuse every model.



The current model line-up comprises the award-winning DBS, DB9, DB9 Volante, V8 Vantage and V8 Vantage Roadster. Voted the UK’s coolest brand consecutively in 2006 and 2007, Aston Martin has a fast-expanding dealership network of 126 dealers representing in 27 countries around the world which is expected to expand to 140 by the end of the year.

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  • 1956 Ferrari 250 GT TdF and 1964 Shelby 289 Competition Cobra Headline RM London +

      Two significant competition cars headline RM's annual London sale, taking place September 8 at Battersea Evolution: a 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione ‘Tour de France’ and a 1964 Shelby 289 Competition Cobra. These two competition greats lead a roster of more than 70 blue-chip automobiles at the exclusive Read More
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