Advance Financial Adds Tenth Store In Chattanooga Area

Monday, June 18, 2018
Advance Financial at 725 Main St. in Kimball
Advance Financial at 725 Main St. in Kimball

Advance Financial continues its expansion with the opening of their 90th store in Kimball. Advance Financial’s mission is to expand its market presence to 100 storefronts in Tennessee with a digital footprint spanning 20 states by the end of 2018. 

The new location for Advance Financial, at 725 Main St., is now open for business and will remain open 24/7 thereafter. Advance Financial is one of only a handful of companies in its industry that serves customers around the clock. 

“At Advance Financial, we are committed to serving more residents in Tennessee and across the country through both our innovative digital services and our brick-and-mortar locations,” said Tina Hodges, the company’s chief executive and chief experience officer. “We’re excited about helping more people secure their financial futures.” 

Advance Financial offers a range of financial services including prepaid cards, electronic wire services to anywhere in the world, check cashing, free bill-payment services and free money orders. The company’s loan product is not a small dollar loan, but a flexible line of credit – called a FLEX Loan – that offers customers access to funds on their schedule with no late fees or early payoff penalties.

For more information about Advance Financial, visit www.af247.com.


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