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Carvana Adds Another Market

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Carvana announced its continued expansion into the Northeast with the launch of its Philadelphia market.
This expansion marks the company’s second market within the state of Pennsylvania, following a successful launch in Pittsburgh in late 2016.
Entrepreneur Magazine’s Entrepreneur 360 recently recognized Carvana as one of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America”.

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