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Driveitaway's Founder Puts Fingers to Keyboard to Rev Up Automotive Industry Blogosphere

December 13, 2005

CHICAGO — John Possumato, founder and vice chairman of Driveitaway, Inc., has carved out a piece of the Web’s blogosphere. With 20 years’ experience behind him, Possumato will share his insights on the day-to-day world of the automotive industry in a new blog that will focus on the substantial, but sometimes overlooked, world of corporate fleet and vehicle remarketing.“While commercial fleet sales account for one out of every four or five vehicles produced by the Detroit manufacturers over the last 20 years, I couldn’t find a blog that focused on the fleet industry and its impact on consumers,” Possumato said. “I hope this blog helps fill the information gap and adds a little value to the daily reading. I look forward to the conversation.”To access the blog, called “Fleet-ing Thoughts,” visit either or
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