August 23, 2010 (West Chester, PA) – HomeNet Automotive announced it has again qualified for the prestigious Inc. 5000, its third consecutive appearance on Inc. Magazine‘s list of the country’s fastest growing companies.
“This year’s list is a testament to the creativity, resilience, and tenacity of America’s top entrepreneurs,” said Jane Berentson, Editor of Inc. Magazine. “As an Inc. 5000 honoree, HomeNet Automotive shares a prestigious pedigree with such notable alumni as Intuit, Zappos, Under Armor, Microsoft, Jamba Juice, Timberland, Visa, Clif Bar, Patagonia, Oracle, and scores of other powerhouses.”
“Ranking 1055 out of the country’s 5000 fastest growing companies is a true honor,” said Jesse Biter, HomeNet Automotive President & CEO, “But the fact that this is our third consecutive appearance—and our fourth recognition by Inc. Magazine in four years—demonstrates real stamina and ingenuity on the part of our employees to build products the industry needs. No doubt about it, this award goes to them.”
HomeNet adds the Inc. 5000 award alongside several other 2010 awards, including being named by AutoSuccess Magazine a "Top 10 in 2010 Companies to Watch," and a "Top Rated Vendor Ratings Award by DrivingSales.com and others.
ABOUT HOMENET: HomeNet Automotive, LLC helps the automobile industry save time and sell more vehicles. It is the leading provider of inventory merchandising, management, and marketing services, led by its flagship product, Inventory Online (IOL) Internet Marketing Suite. IOL is a web-based vehicle marketing solution that helps tens of thousands of automotive dealers to engage buyers online and bring them into the showroom by streamlining the process of converting raw vehicle data into consumer-friendly and emotional online ads. With 135 employees, HomeNet is a private company based in West Chester, PA, with offices across the U.S. For more information, please visit www.homenetauto.com or call (877) 738-3313.
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