Autobytel to Present and Conduct One-on-One Investor Meetings at 26th Annual Roth Conference IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Autobytel Inc. (Nasdaq:ABTL), pioneer of the automotive Internet and the company dedicated to connecting automotive consumers with dealers, today announced that Jeffrey Coats, President and Chief Executive Officer, will provide an overview of the company and conduct one-on-one meetings with investors at the 26^th Annual Roth Conference. Autobytel's presentation will take place on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. PT at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Dana Point, California. To access the live audio webcast of the presentation, visit Autobytel's Investor Relations website at www.autobytel.com (click on Investor Relations and then click on Events & Presentations). An archived presentation will be available on the site for 90 days following the live event. About Autobytel Inc. Autobytel Inc. provides high quality consumer leads and associated marketing services to automotive dealers and manufacturers throughout the United States and offers consumers robust and original online automotive content to help them make informed car-buying decisions. The company pioneered the automotive internet in 1995 with its flagship website www.autobytel.com and has since helped tens of millions of automotive consumers research vehicles; connected thousands of dealers nationwide with motivated car buyers; and helped every major automaker market its brand online. Investors and other interested parties can receive Autobytel news releases and invitations to special events by accessing the online registration form at investor.autobytel.com/alerts.cfm. CONTACT: Investor Relations: Autobytel Inc. Curtis E. DeWalt SVP, Chief Financial Officer 949-437-4694 email@example.com PondelWilkinson Inc. Roger Pondel/Laurie Berman 310-279-5980 firstname.lastname@example.org Autobytel Inc. logo
Autobytel to Present and Conduct One-on-One Investor Meetings at 26th Annual Roth Conference
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