Former Atlanticus President and Co-Founder, Richard House to Become Strategic Advisor to American Seniors Association Holding Group Inc
Bradenton, FL, March 8, 2017 (Newswire.com) - American Seniors Association Holding Group Inc (OTC - AMSA) is extremely pleased to announce that former Alanticus Corp (NASDAQ - ATLC) President, Richard House has agreed to join AMSA as Strategic Advisor. Mr. House will immediately assist the Company with the preparation and implementation of the Company’s proposed funding effort and may assume a larger role in the near future.
Mr. House co-founded Atlanticus Holdings Corp (formerly CompuCredit Corp) in 1997 and was primarily responsible for the design of the analytical system and initial product set for the launch of the company. Under his leadership, Compucredit Corp became one of the Nation’s largest sub-prime issuers of consumer credit with revenues of over $700 Million.
AMSA’s President. Mark Wingate stated, “Rich House brings to AMSA a level of impeccable personal and corporate accomplishment that is rare even at the highest levels of corporate governance. We look forward with great expectations to his keen insight and knowledge and are blessed to have him on board.”
About American Seniors Association Holding Group, Inc.
American Seniors Association Holding Group, Inc, based in Bradenton, Florida is the owner and operator of the American Seniors Association. The American Seniors Association is a conservative oriented membership organization that offers discounted products and services to Its members throughout the United States. These services and products are offered by national and global partners such as Liberty Mutual Insurance, LifeLock, FNBO, Hertz and Penske among others. Members receive discounts on Medicare, dental, home and auto insurance, travel discounts restaurant savings and much more. Please visit americanseniors.org for additional information or to become a member.
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