Indianapolis-based MaxTradeIn says it has surpassed $100 million in offers made to consumers selling or trading a vehicle. The company says it has worked with nearly 100 dealerships in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.

August 30, 2013

News Release

Indianapolis, Ind. — MaxTradeIn, the free website that gives car owners the ability to trade in or sell their used vehicle by selecting trusted local dealers to compete for their business, announced today the addition of six new members to its team.

The new MaxTradeIn executives and managers include:

• Rachel Boyle, Director of Marketing

• Shane Eller, Vice President of Engineering

• David Hosei, Director of Online Marketing

• Shawn Manion, Manager of Dealer Services

• Julie Wright, Executive Vice President of Dealer Services

MaxTradeIn has experienced rapid growth since first launching in Indianapolis in late 2012. More than $116 million in offers have been made by nearly 100 dealerships located in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton and Louisville, KY, who subscribe to the service.

“We're very excited to further invest in growing the MaxTradeIn team with individuals who have tremendous experience in automotive sales and Internet marketing,” said Justin Bates, co-founder and CEO of MaxTradeIn. “Our growth has been driven by a veteran team that not only understands how to grow and scale a company, but also has the track record in the industry to prove it.”

MaxTradeIn offers consumers an easy way to receive multiple offers on their vehicle from trusted car dealers in their area during a free 48-hour listing period, eliminating the stress of negotiating with several dealers or relying on suggested book values for their vehicle’s worth.

Dealerships that subscribe to MaxTradeIn receive high-quality consumer leads who want to trade in or sell their used car and purchase a new car, facilitating a lower cost of acquisition for their used car inventory.

To learn more about MaxTradeIn or to list your vehicle, visit

About MaxTradeIn

MaxTradeIn eliminates the most undesirable part of the new car buying process for consumers –the stressful haggling experience with their trade in. MaxTradeIn empowers consumers to maximize the trade in value on their car, while providing dealerships with highly qualified leads and long-term customer relationship opportunities. For more information, visit

Source: MaxTradeIn

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