USPTA partners with TrueCar
HOUSTON — The United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) announced a new member benefit for USPTA Professionals through a partnership with TrueCar.com that enables members to receive significant discounts on vehicle purchases.
The USPTA Auto Buying Program through TrueCar.com gives certified members dealer pricing information when purchasing a new vehicle to save an average of $3,078 off MSRP with USPTA discounts.
“Being able to offer this program to our professionals is another tangible benefit to being a USPTA member,” USPTA CEO John Embree said. “The potential savings is real and the buying experience will be so much more palatable than the norm.”
In addition, there is an added $2,000 in benefits for USPTA members - $1,000 credit against auto repairs and $1,000 for deductible reimbursement for the first year. The program allows members to save time and money by seeing what others paid for the new car they want to purchase. In eligible states, they also receive a Guaranteed Savings Certificate for guaranteed savings off MSRP on new cars or a Used Vehicle Price Certificate from one of TrueCar’s more than 8,000 TrueCar Certified Dealers nationwide.
“TrueCar is on a mission to make car buying simple, fair and fun, and we’re excited to be able to provide USPTA members with access to negotiation-free Guaranteed Savings and a better car buying experience,” said Jim Nguyen, EVP of Partner & Corporate Development. “With the Auto Buying Program, USPTA members will be able to save time and money and never overpay.”
For more information on the USPTA Auto Buying Program, visit uspta.truecar.com.
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