Priority One debuts website for Forest River credit card program

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Finance and insurance outsourcing provider Priority One Financial Services Inc. said it has launched a website for its Forest River Consumer Card program.

The Forest River card is a revolving consumer credit card that can be used to purchase select merchandise and services at Priority One partnering recreational dealerships that sell Forest River products.

Items and services include new utility/cargo trailers, new non-motorized RVs, boat motors, parts, accessories, service repair bills and winterization.

The new website provides a list of the products and services that can be financed with the Forest River card and explains the benefits dealers receive and the perks that dealers’ customers receive for enrolling in the program.

“We are excited about our new website launch so we can provide more information on this popular program while making it quick and easy for dealers and customers to enroll,” Priority One dealer coordinator Lauren Ebner said in a statement.

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