Advance Financial Donates $17K to Customers

Tina Hodges, Advance Financial CEO

NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville-based Advance Financial, one of the leading companies nationwide within the small-dollar loan industry, expanded its spirit of community support with a Christmas in July promotion in its stores throughout Tennessee. Through the promotion, the company awarded $1,000 to 17 customers who completed an entry form to qualify.

“At Advance Financial, we are committed to helping our neighbors in our local communities, especially our customers,” said Tina Hodges, the company’s chief executive and chief experience officer. “We decided to launch our Christmas in July promotion for no other reason than we wanted to give a gift of appreciation to our customers. Hearing how these random gifts are helping them with the important financial needs of their families made the event extremely worthwhile for us.”

The company is deeply committed to community service and supports its local communities with corporate giving through the Advance Financial Foundation and volunteer hours completed by its employees. In 2016, the Foundation donated $276,765 to multiple non-profit organizations and community programs in Tennessee, and employees volunteered more than 1,800 hours.

Advance Financial is a family-owned company that has served the financial needs of individuals in and around Tennessee for more than 20 years.

Advance Financial, founded in 1996, is a family owned and operated financial center based in Nashville, Tenn. The company currently operates more than 80 locations throughout Tennessee and employs more than 800 local representatives. By focusing on a wide variety of financial services – including wire transfer, bill payment, unlimited free money orders and FLEX loans – they are committed to building long-lasting, strong relationships with every customer. Advance Financial recently earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and was named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country for the fifth year in a row.

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