Priority One Financial Services announces personnel move

Priority One Financial Services said Jason Edwards moved into the company’s equipment finance division.
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Priority One Financial Services said Jason Edwards moved into the company’s equipment finance division.

Edwards started at Priority One in 2011 as a business manager in the recreational retail department and recently joined its expanding equipment finance department. In his new role he will help dealers and their customers with commercial finance and leasing.

Before he came to Priority One, Edwards was a senior loan officer, responsible for loan applications, loan submissions and bank approvals.

“We are excited about Jason’s transition to our growing equipment finance division,” sales and marketing vice president Nicole Armstrong said in a statement. “Jason understands that partnerships with customers and teammates lead to loyalty and long lasting relationships, thus increasing revenue.”

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