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Audi Adds Executive Allowance Bonus Program to its 2007 Fleet Incentives Program

September 12, 2006

AUBURN HILLS, MI – Audi of America, Inc., has approved a new addition to its 2007 Commercial Sales Incentive Program, called the Audi Executive Allowance Bonus Program (EABP). This program is targeted toward managers who receive an employer-provided vehicle allowance, in lieu of an actual company vehicle.

The program offers the same dollar incentives as Audi's National Fleet Incentive Program and allows managers who procure their own company-sponsored vehicles to realize the same savings and benefits as the typical qualified Audi commercial sales corporate client receives. The program also allows the Audi of America Inc. dealer network to become more involved in local-level commercial sales business. The only Audi Q7 model now included in the National Fleet Incentive / EABP is the Q7 3.6 Premium. Base and 4.2 models are not included.

In order to qualify for the EABP incentive, the customer's employer must have an active fleet account number, qualifying them to participate in the National Fleet Incentive Program, and show proof of 10 or more vehicles registered or leased in the company name or purchased or leased five vehicles within the past calendar year. The purchaser must provide a brief letter generated by their company's human resources department (on company letterhead), stating as a part of the company’s compensation package, they receive a company vehicle allowance.

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