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New "PriceAdvantage Dealer" Product Being Introduced at Upcoming Trade Shows

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/12/14 -- PriceAdvantage, a division of Skyline Products, announced today they are introducing a new product called "PriceAdvantage Dealer" to support fuel pricing analysis and management for dealer operated sites. The addition of this solution extends the PriceAdvantage leading fuel pricing capability and the patent pending technology across an entire network, for both company-owned and dealer-owned stores.

The new PriceAdvantage Dealer product will be demonstrated at both the Southwest Fuel & Convenience Expo on May 14th - 15th, and at the 2014 CTPMA (Chevron Texaco Petroleum Marketers Association) Business Forum and Trade Show on June 30th - July 2nd.

"Our customers told us they wanted to manage pricing and margins for the dealer stores in their network within the same framework that they confidently manage pricing and margins for their company owned stores," said John Keller, Director of Product Development at PriceAdvantage. "We have worked closely with customers to understand their dealer business processes, and provide accurate data, analysis, and automation for this part of their business. Instantly, for dealer stores they can see how they compare to competition, their replacement margins, how to meet their targets and more."

"This has truly been customer driven, since it began to take shape with our Customer Advisory Board," said Chip Stadjuhar, CEO of Skyline Products. "Partnering with our customers to help them maximize fuel profits across every aspect of their business is what PriceAdvantage is all about. This dealer solution is an excellent example of that dedication and commitment to our customers."

PriceAdvantage SMART Fuel Pricing™, patented technology licensed exclusively to Skyline Products, is a highly specialized retail fuel pricing solution for the convenience store industry. Designed to maximize fuel profits, PriceAdvantage provides automation for the entire fuel pricing process from collection of competitive surveys, to sophisticated analysis for best price determination, to rapid speed-to-the-street price change execution with price change confirmation feedback.

About PriceAdvantage
PriceAdvantage is the leading provider of fuel price management solutions to the convenience store industry. PriceAdvantage SMART Fuel Pricing, patented technology licensed exclusively to Skyline Products, allows fuel retailers to collect competitive data, determine optimized fuel pricing and automate fuel price changes from headquarters to the street with price change confirmation feedback, creating a streamlined closed loop fuel pricing process. Price Advantage is a division of Skyline Products, the leading North American maker of sign hardware and software solutions for the transportation and petroleum industries. Company headquarters are located in Colorado Springs, CO. For more information, please visit www.sellmoregas.com or www.skylineproducts.com.

Skyline Products and PriceAdvantage are trademarks of Skyline Products, Inc. Other company and/or product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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