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Bobit Business Media's Fleet-Central Presents First Web Seminar in Series, “Selecting the Best Lease Option”

February 1, 2007

TORRANCE, CA – Fleet-Central, a resource for fleet management, vehicle remarketing, and auto rental professionals, has announced its first Web seminar in an educational series focusing on “Selecting the Best Lease Option.” Sponsored by Merchants Leasing, the seminar will take place Thurs., Feb. 15, at 2:00 p.m. (EST), presented using TalkPoint Webinar Technology. Discussion topics will include:

  • Is leasing right for your company’s fleet?
  • How should your lease be structured?
  • What are the benefits and drawbacks of open-end and closed-end leases?
  • How will different lease structures affect your budget and taxes?

    Get the answer to these questions and more during Bobit Business Media’s Web seminar. During this live presentation, participants will have the opportunity to interact with speakers, view benchmarking poll results, and gain insight into all leasing options.

    To register for the Webinar, visit:

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