Chosen Payments Partners With Philadelphia Group

Posted on February 7, 2018

MOORPARK, Calif. -- Chosen Payments, a national credit card processing company, recently formed a vendor alliance with the Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association (PRLA), extending discounts to its members.

Chosen Payments, a six-year member of First Data’s ISO Clients President’s Club specializes in providing merchant services to ground transportation providers nationwide.
Chosen Payments partnership approach includes providing personalized customer service for ground transportation operators through the use of dedicated relationship managers. Services include affordable credit card processing solutions including integration with popular software systems such as FASTTRAK, Livery Coach, Limo Anywhere, and many others. Chosen Payments also provides gift/loyalty programs, check processing/guarantee, merchant cash advances and mobile applications.   

PRLA represents owners of ground transportation companies in the Philadelphia region through involvement in regulatory issues and information sharing, networking, and promoting the industry to the riding public. The association was formed in 1984 and represents more than 25 companies. It negotiates discounts and products and services.

Chosen also partners with the National Limousine Association, the Greater California Livery Association, the New England Livery Association, the Limousine Association of New Jersey, the Colorado Limousine Association, the Illinois Limousine Assocaition, the Central Florida Limousine Association, the Florida Limousine Association, the Arizona Limousine Association, the Minority Limousine Operators of America, and the Greater Atlanta Limousine Association.

Source: Chosen Payments press release

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Related Topics: Chosen Payments, credit card processing, discounts, industry vendors, limo associations, Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association

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