CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Newspaper Media Group, the region’s largest publisher of community newspapers, today announced it has partnered with Accuecar.com to launch DelawareValleyCars.com, an online automative search site to provide accurate pricing on new, used and leased vehicles.
The site is a one-stop service lists hundreds of automotive brands and models, and allows automotive consumers to quickly locate specific cars for purchase or lease and obtain full pricing. Unlike competitors’ sites, DelawareValleyCars.com does not require shoppers to identify themselves or provide personal information before obtaining an accurate price.
All pricing is complete with appropriate rebates and incentives included, with additional rebates listed with each vehicle. The shopper contacts the dealer first. Gone are the days of being inundated with unwanted dealer contacts from multiple dealers.
“Our exclusive partnership with Accuecar is just one more indication of how our group of community weeklies is continuing to grow and serve its readership,” said Perry Corsetti, NMG publisher and chief of operations.
DelawareValleyCars.com will broaden its reach through links from all of NMG’s Philadelphia-area digital platforms, as well as print-based marketing.
About Newspaper Media Group: NMG was founded in 2016 by Richard Donnelly, CEO of Donnelly Distribution in Pennsauken, N.J. The company publishes more than 40 community newspapers throughout Philadelphia, its suburbs and New Jersey, including: South Philly Review, the Star, Northeast Times, Bristol Times, Bensalem Times, Langhorne Times, Feasterville-Trevose Times, Upper Southampton Times, Berlin Sun, Burlington Township Sun, Cherry Hill Sun, Cinnaminson Sun, Haddonfield Sun, Marlton Sun, Medford Sun, Moorestown Sun, Mt. Laurel Sun, Palmyra Sun, Shamong Sun, Sicklerville Sun, Tabernacle Sun, Voorhees Sun, Princeton Packet, Windsor-Hights Herald, Hopewell Valley News, Hillsborough Beacon, Cranberry Press, Employment Weekly, North Brunswick Sentinel, North/South Brunswick Sentinel, Edison/Metuchen Sentinel, Woodbridge Sentinel, East Brunswick Sentinel and, in North Jersey, the News Transcript, Tri-Town News, The Examiner, The Suburban, The Hub, Independent and Atlanticville. Additionally: Burlington County Living and Gloucester County Living magazines.
About Kevin Stuski: NMG’s newly appointed automotive sales director brings more than 35 years of newspaper advertising sales experience to the company. He was previously automotive manager at the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, and online automotive advertising at the Star-Ledger in Newark. He currently resides in Bucks County.