Leading Jewish Leasing Company Gives Back

wheels2lease.jpg2In celebration of 20 years of serving the Jewish community with unbeatable prices and exceptional customer service, leading Jewish leasing company Wheels to Lease is giving back. And no, they’re not giving away a GPS (though there will be plenty of those handed out in future contests!) . The company, which has over 30,000 families who are proud customers, doesn’t just want to, well, spin their wheels. So to fully salute their success and give back, they’re offering a free two-year lease to one lucky winner.
“We’ve been in businesses for over twenty years, and I feel like its a good time to show our appreciation to one really lucky person,” says CEO Sol Hershkop. “Tens of thousands of families keep coming back to us lease after lease. That’s a pretty big accomplishment!”
 To enter the contest, simply go to www.wheelstolease.com/freecar or send an email to [email protected]. The winner will be announced July 31st, 2011.

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  1. guys, having just leased a car i relized that they all have the same prices!! every leasing company has the same deals. (and for those who say its not true, the company that offers cheaper, always has a way of adding on extra fees…..)

  2. I worked for a leasing company and everyone has the same price it’s just how little each company is willing to go to take a deal away from another company and a lot of leasing companies say one price but when it comes to sign it’s tottally diffrent

  3. isn’t the average lease 3 years..! if so , whats that third year cost. also do have to sign an agreement to a second lease.

  4. This is such a misleading article (wouldn’t be surprised if its a paid add) there not giving back its a promotion giving back would mean sponsoring a wheelchair assist vehicle to an organization like Bikur Cholim were the WHOLE KLAL can benefit!
    Let me say also although I risk this getting moderated this company originates from Brooklyn and is not a Lakewood born company and they are trying to look good in the Lakewood eyes. I do agree that they prob have a couple of Lakewood employees.
    P.S. I do not work for any car sales, leasing or whatever in matter of fact I need a JOB but I do proudly volunteer for the above organization! This information is clearly on the top of there website just follow their link!

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