More NewsOneGoodCar.com Signs DDB as Agency

OneGoodCar.com Signs DDB as Agency

Used car retailer OneGoodCar.com onFriday picked DDB Seattle to handle its$12 to $15 million advertising account, which will involve regionalroll-outs over the remainder of the year.

Used car retailer OneGoodCar.com on Friday picked DDB Seattle to handle its $12 to $15 million advertising account, which will involve regional roll-outs over the remainder of the year.

The company is already running television and radio spots in the Northwest, and these will be integrated into the campaign created by DDB. DDB will provide print, outdoor and online advertising, as well as direct marketing strategic counsel, and public relations services.

OneGoodCar.com is offering consumers reconditioned late model used cars with a 100,000-mile warranty, roadside assistance, financing, and home delivery at a set price.

“We feel strongly that OneGoodCar.com is decidedly different from other dot-com car retailers out there, and that’s why we were eager to partner with them,” says Ron Elgin, president of DDB Seattle.

“We feel their product is superior to the competition and that it will propel them to national prominence within the next year.”

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