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MOORPARK, Calif. — Chosen Payments has partnered with the National Limousine Association (NLA) on a special program that supports NLA members and merchants. The NLA will refer its members to Chosen Payments as a preferred partner to receive discounted credit card processing, next day funding, and excellent customer service. Chosen Payments will offer the incentive programs to members and nonmembers, increasing association value while attracting new NLA members.
“This has been one of the longest awaited and highly desired partnerships Chosen Payments has entered into this year,” says Jeff Brodsly, CEO of Chosen Payments. “This partnership solidifies our dedication to the limousine industry and we will continue to increase our presence in this great space of limousine operators nationwide.”
Philip Jagiela, executive director of the National Limousine Association, says of the partnership, “This will allow NLA members to have an opportunity for cost savings, and the NLA will also receive a percentage of Chosen Payments revenue rebated back to the NLA.”
NLA President Gary Buffo said Chosen Payments will help add value to the NLA while supporting the interests of limousine operators. “Chosen Payments has been aggressive in saving our members money with their credit card processing capabilities and are a very active company in our industry," he said.
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