Truck financing opportunity for tow companies

Nov. 29, 2011
Tow providers in search of financing for truck purchases can turn to Cross Country Automotive Services

Tow providers in search of financing for truck purchases can turn to Cross Country Automotive Services.

Cross Country, a provider of driver and vehicle assistance services, has joined forces with
Beacon Funding Corp., an equipment financing company, to offer Cross Country Service Providers enhanced truck financing options.

The process starts with access to a convenient application process, a wider credit window and competitive financing terms. Additionally, eligible tow providers may earn up to $300 in Cross Country Perks Incentives with each completed truck financing transaction.

“This partnership helps our nationwide network of service providers by improving their accessibility to quality trucks and equipment, which enables them to grow their businesses and better serve our customers,” said Charlie Cavolina, chief service officer and senior vice president of service delivery at Cross Country. “Beacon Funding has committed to making the financing process easy to understand and navigate for our service providers, with a straightforward application and approval process, additional support and resources to help them make smart financial decisions, and customizable solutions for their businesses’ unique needs.”

To learn more about the financing options, visit http://www.beaconfunding.com/crosscountry.

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