Daily Report OCTOBER 18, 2007
Whole New Concept In Used Vehicle Market Ready To Launch
Exit Only Inc. -E-X-T-O-
Exit Only first hit the market in Canada back in May of this year. The
concept of marketing new and used vehicles through the web is not new.
The new concept here is allowing its clients to post vehicles to the
database without charge or hidden fees. The company charges sellers only
for actual contact info from interested buyers.
Points Of Interest:
- Canadian response to the new site far exceeds the company's
- The companies year end goals were met in just the first few months.
- the US expansion is tested and ready for immediate launch.
- Exit has partnered with a number of online services to provide
immediate market exposure.
- Exit is also providing mobile access for sellers. The system will
deliver real-time leads of buyer information directly to their mobile
Comparing the size of the US market to Canada, similar results in the US
could very well transform this company into an overnight success.
Contact your broker, or review any market site for further information.
Tribal violence kills 4 in Indonesia ----- - JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Rival
tribes armed with bows and arrows fought close to a U.S.-owned gold mine
in Indonesia's Papua region on Thursday, the latest in a series of
clashes that have killed four people, police and a company officials
said. At least 45 others have been injured in the fighting in the remote
region since Tuesday, local police chief Godhelp Mansnembra told
el-Shinta radio. Media reports initially said eight had been killed. The
fighting broke out in villages bordering a giant gold and copper mine
operated by Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold Mine Inc., Mansnembra and
Freeport spokesman Mindo Pangaribuan said. Pangaribuan said the fighting
was unrelated to the company's operations and production at the mine was
not affected. Mansnembra said mediation efforts had so far failed.
Top US Stories:
Judge suspends Britney Spears' visitation rights - LOS ANGELES,
California -- Singer Britney Spears' visitation rights with her children
were suspended Thursday until she complies with court orders in her
custody battle with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. "Petitioner's
(Spears') visitation with the minor children is suspended pending the
petitioner's compliance with court orders," according to an order
entered in Los Angeles Superior Court. Court spokesman Allan Parachini
said the order was signed Wednesday by the court commissioner handling
her custody case. Earlier this month, the court awarded full custody of
the couple's two sons -- Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden, 1 -- to Federline,
Spears' former backup dancer.