Advance Financial Bags Two Silver Awards At One Planet Awards
Advance Financial, the award-winning financial services company based out of Nashville, Tennessee, received two silver One Planet Awards — one for Fastest Growing Company of the Year, and a second for Corporate Milestone of the Year. The esteemed One Planet Awards, an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring employees and companies of all types and sizes in North America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Latin-America, honor achievements in the business community. Advance Financial has was recognized for its amazing growth over the past year. In 2018, it opened its 100th store recently and expanded its online presence to 11 states. The company also hired its 1000th employee. Tina Hodges, the company’s Chief Executive and Experience Officer, said, “It’s an honor to be named a winner by the One Planet Awards. This great honor is a proof of how far we have grown. They are a testament to our commitment to providing financial support and unmatched customer service to the people of Tennessee and beyond.” One Planet Awards recognizes companies for professional and business excellence. The categories that are currently considered for conferring titles include outstanding individuals, teams, executives, PR, marketing, new products and services, Corporate Communications and more.
About Advance Financial
Founded in 1996, Advance Financial is a leading FinTech company based in Nashville, Tennessee. With more than 100 stores in Tennessee and online services in 12 states, Advance Financial provides fast lending decisions on line-of-credit loans and other financial services, 24/7/365. Recent recognition includes 2018 Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies (7 straight years); A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau; Nashville’s 4th fastest growing company (2018, Nashville Business Journal); Forbes Best Employers for New Graduates (2018); and, Indeed Top-Ranked Workplace for Compensation/Benefits (2018). For more, visit https://www.af247.com. Original Source: The Tennessee Tribune