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Ascentium Capital & Wayne Offering Two Financing Promotions

KINGWOOD and AUSTIN, Texas — Ascentium Capital is teaming up with Wayne Fueling Systems to provide convenience store operators with two financing options for the latter’s products, solutions and services.

Retailers have a choice of zero-percent financing for a term of 24 months or 5.9-percent financing for a 60-month term. The offer is available now and expires Feb. 29, 2016.

“In the continued effort to support our national dealer network, we are pleased that Ascentium Capital has developed this finance program to help make starting or upgrading fuel retail sites more affordable for our customers,” said Dave LaCaille, Wayne’s director, U.S. Distribution & National Accounts.

According to Wayne, the Ovation2 fuel dispenser, payment upgrades including EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa)-ready solutions, the Wayne NAMOS point-of-sale system and media programs are among the products eligible for this financing.

In addition, the 100-percent financing program allows retailers to finance shipping, installation and tax.

“Our specialized finance team for Wayne will help retailers choose the terms and conditions that’s best for them,” said Len Baccaro, senior vice president of sales at Ascentium Capital. “The expedited approval process lets clients confirm within two hours the financing solution that makes the most sense for their business. These offers also come at year-end to help business owners take advantage of tax incentives.”

Both Ascentium Capital and Wayne will be promoting the two new finance programs at the NACS Show, taking place Oct. 11-14 in Las Vegas.

Kingwood-based Ascentium Capital specializes in business financing, leasing and loans for equipment manufacturers and distributors, as well as direct to businesses nationwide.

Austin-based Wayne Fueling Systems is a supplier of fuel dispensers, payment terminals, forecourt control devices, point-of-sale, and measurement and control solutions.

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