Thursday, July 30, 2009

Cash For Clunkers Clunks Out


Car Buyers And New Car Dealers SCREWED Again
The explosively popular ‘Cash For Clunkers’ program goes broke...but local car dealer vows to keep his program going DESPITE the current government fiasco

Winston Salem, NC - Tracy Myers, owner of a local business, Frank Myers Auto Maxx, first heard the news on Thursday night. "A dealer friend of mine emailed me and told me that ‘Cash For Clunkers’ program was broke! It doesn’t surprise me though. I was never a fan of this program. The government red tape and restrictions destined it for failure."

This coming from a man who, upset the Cash For Clunker program didn’t include used car dealers, took matters into his own hands and created his own version of the Cash For Clunkers program (called Cash For Junkers)…without all the red tape.

"Listen…my program doesn't have all those ridiculous restrictions! Did you know that the government told people that they MUST buy a new car? What if you can't afford a new car? What kind of help is that?" exclaims Myers.

As of press time tonight, Frank Myers Auto Maxx is still offering their Cash For Junkers payout program...and Myers vows to do so until the money runs out. When asked how long that will be, Myers replied, "There's no specific end date to the offer. I’ve set aside enough funds to help a lot of people. But when those funds run dry, the program will expire."