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Advantage Funding Offers New AA Tier Credit Program

Posted on March 13, 2013

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. — Advantage Funding recently launched its new AA Credit Tier commercial vehicle financing and leasing program.

The program is designed to offer bank rate financing to new and existing well qualified customers. It enables Advantage Funding to offer credit programs for bankable credits to structured deals.

“For the past 16 years Advantage Funding has introduced many competitive programs to help transportation companies across America grow and expand,” said Edward P. Kaye, President. “We’ve had great success in supporting A to C credits but we were never able to offer highly structured bank rate financing.”  

“We understand that unique markets require special lending and this program is another product offering for our most qualified customers,” said Donald J. Coolbaugh, vice president of sales.

Advantage Funding hopes this new program will supplement its existing business lines and increase funding volume in 2013.

Information on rates and term: Contact Coolbaugh at [email protected]

Advantage Funding is a non-captive financing and leasing company for the ground transportation industry. It is a subsidiary of Marubeni America Corporation, the multibillion dollar, multinational general Japanese trading company.

More information: Edward P. Kaye, President; (516) 280-1786; [email protected]

Source: Advantage Funding

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