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American Traveler Motor Club Expands Member Benefits

June 14, 2011 - Press Release

SARASOTA FL – The American Traveler Motor Club (ATMC) announced an alliance with Corporate Claims Management Services (CCM) to provide ATMC members with auto body collision repair services at fleet industry rates through CCM’s network of repair centers across the United States. ATMC is now able to pass on considerable savings to its member base, enhancing the value of the companies’ revenue-generating products for retail clients in the automotive aftermarket.

“When our members are involved in auto accidents, they have enough worries without the complexity of dealing with insurance claim representatives or finding a reliable auto body repair center” stated Scott Libertore, President and CEO of ATMC. “This new benefit relieves members of the stress of dealing with the claims and repair process” he added.

With one call to CCM, members will have immediate access to priority service. Claims specialists will help ATMC members find a local network repair facility. The repair center will work with insurance carriers and adjusters and even help members find a low cost car rental ─ turning a bad situation into an appreciated member benefit. ATMC members will rely on CCM’s nationwide network of contracted collision repair centers to ensure vehicles are properly, completely and safely repaired. Members get a reliable estimate, fleet network pricing and VIP treatment at all network shops. Repair work is fully documented and guaranteed by the shop as long as the member owns the vehicle. Most importantly, there is no additional cost to ATMC members as the company continues to add valuable services to its portfolio.

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