LH-Finance to offer off-site venue at Miami Yacht Show

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LH-Finance says it will have a VIP lounge near the Miami Yacht Show in February 2019. The marine finance provider said the new lounge will also house a collection of vintage automobiles at the Miami venue called the Curated Showroom. LH-Finance has partnered with Curated, a seller of “blue-chip” cars, as its preferred provider.

LH-Finance said in a statement that the Miami venue will allow its clients access to private parking and transportation to the boat show. Clients can also visit the Curated showroom to see vintage cars on display and relax in its upstairs lounge. LH-Finance is the marine division of the United Bank of Hartford. It is based in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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