Monday, June 13, 2016

In Memoriam, Brandon Lee Peretti

American Receivable Corporation lost a beloved member of its family, Brandon Lee Peretti, Friday, June 10, 2016.

Brandon began working at American Receivable while just a teen in high school and later as a full time staff member over-seeing deposit operations and customer relations.  Brandon remained with American Receivable for many years until becoming the sales manager for a national merchant services and e-commerce firm.

Brandon’s infectious smile and warm engaging personality made him a natural in the sales industry.  He excelled in his new position setting up operations and training for the company’s offices nationally.

Brandon’s love and friendship will forever remain a part of American Receivable Corporation.

Brandon is survived by his wife, Tanya, daughters Kennedy and Kenzie and mother Pam Rodden as well as numerous other relatives and friends.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

It's A Girl!!!

Congratulations are in order for our very own Tiffany Strasner and husband Jeff Strasner! They welcomed a baby girl into their family this past weekend.

Mommy and baby are doing great and are settling in at home!

Help us in congratulating Tiffany and Jeff in welcoming home their new bundle! 

Friday, May 6, 2016

North Dallas Chamber 3rd Annual Big D BBQ Battle

This years third annual Big D BBQ Battle sponsored by the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce and Cafe Momentum, kicked off with the sun in the sky and no rain in sight!

The event was held on Friday, April 29, 2016 at the Valley View Center at Midtown. Participants began setting up their grilling areas Thursday afternoon with an array of secret recipe edibles to enter in their contest. American Receivable and brad Gurney are members of the North Dallas Chamber. 

Don't miss the photos on the NDCC Facebook Page. It's a public album, so you don't need a Facebook account to see them.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

American Receivable Supports Bryan’s House

The Young Risk Management Association, North Texas Chapter, (YRMA) partnered with Bryan’s House on December 3rd for its annual Tacky Sweater Party to help raise funds toward its mission. American Receivable donated items to the event in order to help YRMA raise money for the organization. All proceeds of the event went to Bryan’s House. Attendees also had the opportunity to bring unwrapped toys as well as sign up to volunteer at Cookies for Santa on December 5th. The mission of Bryan’s House is to serve children with medical or developmental needs and their families by providing specialized child care, respite care and social services.

The Risk Management Association (RMA), founded in 1914, is a not-for-profit, member-driven professional association serving the financial services industry. Today, RMA has approximately 2,600 institutional members. These include banks of all sizes as well as nonbank financial institutions. Chapters are run by RMA Associates on a volunteer basis and they provide members with opportunities in their local communities for education, training, and networking throughout all stages of their financial services career. YRMA is the division of RMA which consists of early career individuals to help raise awareness about RMA and provide young professionals in the risk community a chance to network with each other.

 Tiffany Strasner, Vice President of Business Development for American Receivable Corporation is an active board member.

American Receivable Corporation provides financing programs for companies experiencing cash flow problems. For over 35 years they have helped businesses large and small find solutions to their financing needs.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Texas Veterans Business Summit

Our very own Brad Gurney attended the 5th annual Texas Veterans Business Summit that was held at the Dallas Central Library on November 12, 2015. Approximately 150 to 200 veterans interested in starting or growing a business were in attendance.

The opening session consisted of remarks by Major General James Williams, USMC ret Honorary Chairman of the Summit and entrepreneur; Marine veteran Ryan Holloway owner of Holloway Benefit Concepts and co-founder of the monthly Veterans in Business luncheon; Army Veteran John Avila owner of Thomas Bryne construction company; Air Force Veteran Luther Branham Dallas Market President of the Lift Fund.

Following the opening session were two concurrent workshops. The workshops feature 20 veteran entrepreneurs and 4 business experts including aware winning Marine Veteran entrepreneur Alex Fender who is the founder of Funnel Science; Mark Anthony Pagea Navy Veteran; Wayne Huddleston, an Army Veteran representing the Small Business Administration. 

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Tiffany Strasner supports alumni at the Texas Tech Quarterly Business Briefing Luncheon

The Texas Tech Quarterly Business Briefing Luncheon (“TTQBB”) was held Friday October  2, 2015 at the Dallas County Club. The TTQBB is a series of four events held in Dallas each year that provides opportunities for Texas Tech alumni to meet one another, hear from prominent guest speakers and raise money for scholarships for deserving Dallas County students attending Texas Tech.

Over the past five years, the TTQBB has raised more than $250,000 for scholarships and is the largest fundraising event put on by any Texas Tech alumni chapter in the nation. This quarter’s guest Speaker for the TTQBB was Robert Duncan, the current Chancellor of the Texas Tech University System.

Tiffany Strasner, Vice President of Business Development for American Receivable Corporation is a graduate of Texas Tech, as well as, a very active alumni association member. Tiffany serves on this year’s business briefing committee and was the event coordinator for this luncheon.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

In Search of Capital

Brad Gurney, Senior Vice President of American Receivable Corporation was a panel participant for the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce’s  1st Tuesday Connection Series "In Search of Capital: How to Finance a Company's Growth" held October 6th at the Wyndham Dallas Suites.

The First Tuesday Connection Series meets monthly and highlights industry experts who offer current information that the business person can put to practical use, as well as, an opportunity to network.  The speakers explore timely business issues and are available immediately following the seminar for questions.

American Receivable Corporation provides financing programs for companies experiencing cash flow problems.  For over 36 years they have helped businesses large and small find solutions to their financing needs.