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Chrysler Financial's "License to Win" Contest At Camp Jeep® 2003

Jeep Cherokee Red River EditionFarmington Hills, MI - Chrysler Financial, a DaimlerChrysler Services business unit, announced the two winners of a two-year lease withthe "License to Win" contest. Chrysler Financial invited participants of Camp Jeep® to guess the number of antenna toppers packed in a new 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

The "License to Win" contest awarded the two lucky participants with the grand prize of a two-year lease on a new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The winners were Susan Lake of Leesburg, Va. and Joe Keller of Centreville, Va. Lake and Keller both guessed the number 9,800 and the actual number of antenna toppers was 9,816.

Camp Jeep is one of the nation's largest and best-attended annual vehicle ownership gatherings. The Camp Financial tent, sponsored by Chrysler Financial, had Dealer Relations Managers on site to discuss the benefits of financing and leasing. In addition, a roughed-up Jeep Liberty was on display to discuss The Credit Card Test® used to determine what the lessee's responsibilities are at the time of vehicle turn-in. Jeep owners also had the opportunity to apply for a Jeep Rewards Visa® Card. Jeep Rewards Points can be redeemed for Dealer Dollars certificates to be used for services or products at participating local Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge dealerships.

"Chrysler Financial is dedicated to reaching beyond owners, expectations by providing them with expert advice to help them understand the financing or leasing of their next Jeep vehicle with Chrysler Financial," said Dietmar Exler, Vice President - Chrysler Brand Marketing for DaimlerChrysler Services. "Jeep owners were also given an opportunity to explore Chrysler Financial's broad range of products and services," said Exler.

More than 8,000 people attended this year's Camp Jeep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, near Charlottesville, Va., June 26-28. Core activities included the Jeep 101 driving courses, 4x4 trail rides, a specially designed Rubicon Challenge course and engineering roundtables. Lifestyle activities available for guests included hiking, kayaking, outdoor survival skills, fly casting, children's activities and outdoor grilling classes. New to the event this year was an emerging artist concert series, which featured outdoor performances from nine new artists to watch that included: Josh Kelley, Justincase, The Beu Sisters, Alice Peacock, Total Vision, Rachel McCartney, The Rising, Joe Bonamassa and Paul Christianson. Camp Jeep concluded on Saturday evening with its traditional "Jeep Jubilee" picnic dinner and concert, featuring rock group Smash Mouth and grand finale fireworks.

Camp Jeep is one of several owner-loyalty programs created by the Jeep Division of DaimlerChrysler and the event has sold out each year. For more information about financing a Jeep vehicle visit www.chryslerfinancial.com and for more information on Camp Jeep please visit www.jeep.com.



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