PHOENIX, AZ, July 20, 2009 – Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. (CNHI), one of the leading publishers of local news and information in the United States, and ClassicCars.com, a leading online classifieds listing service for classic and antique vehicles, announced a partnership aimed at adding thousands of classic car classified vehicle listings to CNHI’s online properties. The listings are now available to the more than 7 million unique visitors who regularly get their local news from one of CNHI’s 100+ community newspaper websites each month.
“We’re pleased to be partnering with a company like CNHI and their nationwide network of newspaper properties,” stated Roger Falcione, ClassicCars.com President and CEO. “This partnership is founded on a strong commitment to customer service. We look forward to serving classic car enthusiasts in scores of CNHI communities.”
The partnership, which is part of a larger online vehicle initiative launched earlier this year by CNHI, brings classic and exotic cars closer to CNHI’s visitors and makes CNHI’s websites a one-stop shop for everything automotive.
“We’ve been very proud of our online automotive offering,” said Jeff Jones, Online Automotive Manager for CNHI, “and the addition of classic cars compliments our growing list of vehicle categories including trucks, SUVs, RVs, farm equipment and motorcycles. Our goal is to provide our readers with the best automotive shopping experience available.”
About Community Newspaper Holdings Inc: Founded in 1997, CNHI’s newspapers, television stations, Web sites and niche publications serve more than 150 communities throughout the United States. CNHI publications strive to be leading providers of local news and information in their communities. CNHI values excellence, integrity, respect for employees and a customer focus in all of its operations.
About ClassicCars.com: Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, ClassicCars.com lists over $500 million in classic car inventory provided by private sellers and automobile dealers from all over the United States. With cars priced from below $5,000 to well over $1 million, ClassicCars.com offers something for every classic car enthusiast.
Roger Falcione, ClassicCars.com, 480-285-1600
Jeff Jones, CNHI, 229-251-5622