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New York, NY, Oct. 18, 2017 -- Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (Symbol: SRCO), announced today that the demand for Sparta’s iMobileApp product is expanding into Agribusiness. Sparta reports that farm equipment dealerships are using mobile applications to facilitate the ordering of parts and to schedule service appointments. The apps also provide maintenance and troubleshooting videos, announce events and special offers, and integrate solutions from RTK Towers to JDLink.

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New York, NY, Sept. 29, 2017 -- Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (Symbol: SRCO) announced today that its Municipal Leasing Division will replace the city’s police motorcycles with new BMW vehicles. This is the third time the company has performed the service.

Garcia Moto is the vender, and the Raleigh dealership has provided vehicles in five previous Sparta leasing transactions. Says Garcia Moto’s Dealer Principal, Garrett Garcia, "We teamed with Sparta's Municipal Lease Division several years ago to provide an efficient process for our police customers to acquire new motorcycles. Sparta has always made it a pleasant experience, and their program makes the process a 'win-win' for everyone."

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