Automotive News to Host Free Online Access Week August 15-21
DETROIT, Aug. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Automotive News, the premier source of automotive industry news and information, will open its doors for one week beginning August 15 to give anyone with an interest in the industry an insider's look at the latest news, data and information.
During Automotive News' Free Online Access Week, its subscriber-only content at www.autonews.com will be made accessible to non-subscribers. Also during the Free Online Access Week, Automotive News will offer an annual print and online subscription to new subscribers at a reduced rate of $79 – a savings of more than 50%.
Automotive News Free Access Week is sponsored by ADESA, which offers a full range of automotive auction, reconditioning, logistical and other vehicle-related services to meet the remarketing needs of both its institutional and dealer customers.
With more than 50 reporters and editors around the world, Automotive News is the leading source of auto industry news, with a weekly newspaper, website, email newsletters, video newscasts and industry-leading events and conferences. Automotive News -- in print and online -- is a must read for industry executives, providing insight to managers and leaders at all levels, at companies ranging from automakers to suppliers and dealers to remarketers. It's also a key information source for service professionals aligned with the automotive industry such as bankers, insurers, advertisers, consultants and media.
Automotive News provides a comprehensive archive of articles and a wealth of global auto industry statistics through the Automotive News Data Center. Automotive News subscribers also receive a number of special reference volumes, including: Guide to Industry Executives, Top 125 Dealership Groups, Top 150 North American Suppliers, Top 100 Global Suppliers and Guide to Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles.
For more information, contact John Fitzgerald, director of business planning and online commerce, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-446-1679.
SOURCE Automotive News