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Priority One Financial Services announces personnel move

Priority One Financial Services said Tom Newell moved into the company’s equipment finance division.
Tom Newell

Tom Newell

Priority One Financial Services said Tom Newell moved into the company’s equipment finance division.

Newell has served in several positions during his career at the finance and insurance outsourcing provider.

He previously was a finance manager, helping dealers move additional units by securing recreational loans. More recently he was responsible for bringing new recreational dealer partners aboard.

In his new role, Newell will help dealers and their customers with commercial finance and leasing needs.

“We are excited about Tom’s transition to the equipment finance division. He has been a loyal and dedicated employee with Priority One for many years, and he is an excellent addition to this growing division,” vice president of sales and marketing Nicole Armstrong said in a statement.

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