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CARCHEX Celebrates Grand Opening of New Headquarters at Hunt Valley Towne Centre

Baltimore Ravens' Justin Tucker and Jimmy Smith Will Attend the June 28 Event Benefitting MADD

HUNT VALLEY, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- CARCHEX, the industry-leading provider of direct to consumer automotive products and services, today announced that they will celebrate their recent move to new headquarters in Hunt Valley Towne Centre with a Grand Opening event on Saturday, June 28, featuring a special guest appearances by the Baltimore Ravens' kicker Justin Tucker and cornerback Jimmy Smith.

The Grand Opening will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at Hunt Valley Towne Centre. The event will coincide with a special gathering of automotive enthusiasts hosted by Hunt Valley Horsepower, a CARCHEX partner. Hundreds of exotic, classic and muscle cars, trucks, and SUVs will be on display.

In addition to taking red carpet-style photos with Justin Tucker and Jimmy Smith, fans may also purchase VIP tickets for front-of-the-line passes at MissionTix.com/carchex for $15. All proceeds will go directly to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to support their mission to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking. MADD's National President, Jan Withers, will be in attendance to share MADD's mission and her own personal story.

"CARCHEX is very proud to officially open our new state-of-the-art facility and retail location," said CARCHEX's CEO, Jason Goldsmith. "It's exciting to have this many partners, colleagues and friends come out to celebrate with us. As Ravens super fans, we're absolutely thrilled to have Justin Tucker and Jimmy Smith join us for the Grand Opening, and honored to support MADD's mission to end drunk driving. We are committed to doing our part to save lives on America's roadways, and supporting MADD was the first step of a much larger initiative that has become part of CARCHEX's core purpose and values."

Fans will also enjoy music spinning from a live DJ, entertainment provided by Rolling Games Mania's Video Game Trailer, exotic cars provided by CARCHEX partner, Carbiz, and special savings on Extended Vehicle Protection. For every quote provided during the event, CARCHEX will donate $5 to MADD.

About CARCHEX
CARCHEX is the premier provider of direct-to-consumer automotive products and services including auto warranty, pre-purchase inspections, auto insurance, auto financing and car buying. The company serves as a consumer advocate throughout all stages of the car buying, selling and ownership process. Protecting automotive consumers for over 14 years and providing exceptional customer service has translated into an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. For A Smarter Way to Do Car, visit CARCHEX at www.CARCHEX.com.

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