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Sparta’s New Website Serving the RV Industry

April 20, 2011 by · 3 Comments 

Sparta Commercial Services Inc. and its subsidiary, Specialty Reports Inc., announced today (April 20) that its family of online products introduced over the past several months will now be featured at a new website: www.specialtyreportsinc.com.

According to a news release, the four online products developed and now offered by Specialty Reports are:

  • Cyclechex for motorcycle history reports.
  • CarVINReport for auto history reports.
  • RVChecks for recreational vehicle history reports.
  • SpecialtyMobileApps for customized mobile phone apps appealing to retail powersports, auto and RV dealers throughout the country.

The initial product developed and released by Specialty Reports was www.Cyclechex.com. An online source for motorcycle history reports was launched in August 2010 and so far has sales in 22 countries, as well as all 50 U.S. states.

Launched in March 2011, CarVINReport.com and RVChecks.com offer valuable vehicle history reports for cars and RVs, respectively. The websites produce their vehicle history reports based upon the 17-digit Vehicle Identification Number that every production vehicle in the world has embedded somewhere on the vehicle.

Launched recently, SpecialtyMobileApps.com offers an innovative new mobile app platform that allows dealerships to easily and quickly develop their own customized mobile apps at a fraction of the traditional cost of development, implementation and maintenance.

Commenting on the rapid achievements of Specialty Reports, Anthony Havens, CEO of Sparta and Specialty Reports, said, “From the beginning, we wanted Specialty Reports to be an incubator for innovation, bringing new and valuable products to market whenever and wherever we identified a need. We wanted our products to either fill a void or compete with similar products but with better quality and lower pricing. We’re proud of the outstanding progress we’ve made in such a short period of time and excited about the future of Specialty Reports.”

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