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GA 400 Toll Commuters to Receive Random Acts of Carvana on March 25

March 20, 2013

Atlanta Carvana, the first ever 100 percent online car buying site, will present Atlanta residents with Random Acts of Carvana on Monday, March 25. From 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., Carvana will cover the tab for Atlanta commuters traveling on the Northbound and Southbound lanes of the Georgia 400 Toll Road. Carvana will return from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to cover the afternoon tolls as well. All 50 cent cashier and Cruise Card/Peach Pass lanes' tolls will be paid for by Carvana during these times. In addition, all visitors to Carvana.com on March 25 can register to win one of 200 $100 gas cards.



"We chose Atlanta as our launch market due to its welcoming start-up environment, central location amongst Southern states and residents' nature to embrace new and exciting technologies," notes Carvana President, Ernie Garcia. "We're hoping that if we can improve the commuting experience for Atlanta residents in a small way, they will give us the opportunity to improve their car buying experience in a major way."



The first-of-its-kind in the auto industry, Carvana offers potential car buyers the unique opportunity to browse, finance and purchase a car entirely online with the added benefit of having it delivered to your door in 48 hours. All vehicles in inventory are less than three years old, include an Experian Autocheck report and are backed by a 7-day, no-questions-asked Test Buy return policy.



In addition to the paid toll sponsorship and gas card giveaway, Carvana will be at the toll plaza personally introducing Atlantans to the people behind the website. "At Carvana, we believe that car buying should be quick and painless and we're confident that Carvana.com provides that and more. From providing our customers with complimentary gas cards to hand delivering each car with utmost care, we understand the need for a personal connection throughout the car buying process and wanted to take this opportunity formally introduce ourselves to as many Atlantans as possible," continues Garcia.