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GE Money, ACCA Offer Consumer Financing

August 23, 2010
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KETTERING, Ohio - GE Money, the consumer lending unit of General Electric Company, announced a multi-year agreement to provide the GE Money Home Design consumer financing program through the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA).

“GE Money is known for their ability to provide consumers with convenient, affordable financing options,” said Paul Stalknecht, president and CEO for ACCA. “The Home Design program includes special financing offers to make the purchase of HVAC products faster and easier, and it is sure to be an asset to our contractors and their customers.”

The program, managed by GE Money’s Sales Finance Unit, is available through ACCA’s group of more than 4,000 air conditioning contractors nationwide, and can be used to finance HVAC-related purchases and repairs. Consumers can find ACCA contractors in their area via GE Money’s online Business Locator.

ACCA members can learn more, including how to enroll in the program, by visiting www.acca.org/financing.

“ACCA provides its members with the resources they need to succeed, and we’re pleased to partner with them in offering a financing solution,” said Bruce Christensen, vice president and general manager for GE Money.

“ACCA contractors will enjoy a number of benefits, including our web-based finance management portal, Business Center, to easily and securely manage their credit programs. Cardholders enjoy complete online account management as well.”

Publication date: 08/23/2010

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