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A-Z changes name to Fleet Financing Resources

Posted on August 26, 2011

A-Z Resources LLC. is now doing business as Fleet Financing Resources, company President/Chief Operating Officer Dave Reynolds announced.

"The name change is due to the expansion of our business model,which lead to the decision that our name should reflect a clear and concise message about the nature of our business," said Reynolds. "We started the business dedicating most of our resources to funding livery related vehicles (buses of all types, trolleys and limousines), with a limited emphasis on other types of units (vocational trucks and ambulances). In recent years, we have broadened our focus to funding every, and any, type of transportation equipment available." 

Fleet Financing Resources, a boutique-style lender, specializes in commercial vehicle financing and leasing of new/used titled equipment. Resources offers tailor-created funding options for all types of transportation equipment, ranging from buses, tractor-trailers, taxis, limousines and corporate fleets.

 

 

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