One Lucky Real Estate Agent Can Drive Away A New Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door Convertible, Thanks to a la mode
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One Lucky Real Estate Agent Can Drive Away A New Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door Convertible, Thanks to a la mode

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As in Years Past, a la mode’s Booth Will Be Bristling with Activity
at Upcoming Realtors Conference & Expo – Or You Can Enter Online

Oklahoma City, OK (September 13, 2007) –The upcoming National Association of Realtors Conference & Expo in Las Vegas will be jammed with thousands of real estate professionals from around the nation—but only one will be lucky enough to drive off in a brand new Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited 4-door convertible, thanks to a la mode (http://www.alamode.com), one of the real estate industry’s most mission critical and innovative technology companies and developers of Agent XSites websites for real estate agents.

“We’ve become known at the Expo for giving away cars that truly reflect the market conditions,” said Rusty Lindquist, vice president of broker and agent products for a la mode.  “Agents today face a challenging market filled with potholes to maneuver and hills to climb—and the Jeep Wrangler’s famous ability to overcome rough terrain, with style, is perfect.  It’s an analogy for the grit, determination and perseverance that agents must demonstrate more than ever to excel.  And, it’s a much smarter buy than some overpriced alternatives.”

The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, along with a lineup of innovative technology tools—including Broker and Agent XSite websites (www.AgentXSites.com) — will be available for demonstration at a la mode’s booth, #2244, November 13-16.  a la mode will also have prototypes on hand of several new products that it plans to launch following the show.

To enter the Jeep Wrangler contest, real estate professionals simply have to enter to “test drive” a la mode’s free, Standard Level Agent XSite either at the conference or online at http://www.AgentXSites.com.

Unlike any other free agent website offer, Standard Level Agent XSites include numerous features typically found on sites costing thousands of dollars per year, including:

  • unlimited photos
  • listings and leads
  • live 24/7/365-day U.S.-based technical support.

Agent XSites are built on the same powerful core XSite engine that has set the industry standard since its debut in 2003.

“Whether it’s one of our Standard or Professional level products, XSites include powerful lead capture and conversion features, multimedia listings, and SEO tools that make managing rough market terrain a breeze,” Lindquist said.  “The free website offer is our way of putting our money where our mouth is and gives agents a no-risk, gimmick-free way to see that great technology doesn’t have to cost tens of thousands of dollars.”

Brokers and agents can register online (http:// www.AgentXSites.com) to win the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-door convertible or they can simply drop their business card inside the Jeep at the Conference & Expo. By signing up for a free 10-day trial of Standard Level Agent XSites at http://www.alamode.com, agents are automatically entered in the drawing.

About a la mode
Founded in 1985, a la mode develops desktop, mobile, and Web tools for the real estate and mortgage industries. a la mode’s mission-critical products are used by hundreds of thousands of appraisers, agents, inspectors, and lending professionals to complete the nation’s real estate transactions. a la mode’s state-of-the-art offices are located in Salt Lake City, Orlando, Oklahoma City, and Washington, DC. For more information, visit www.alamode.com.

Media contact:
Hugh Siler
Siler & Company
(949) 646-6966
Hugh (at) SilerPR (dot) com

Source: a la mode

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