Thomas Browning Wins Max Cash Title Loans 1st Scholarship, 2nd Scholarship Still Available and Ongoing.
Thomas Browning was awarded $1500 towards his education at ASU-W. P. Carey School of Business (Tempe Campus) by Max Cash Title Loans.
TEMPE. Ariz., August 28, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Max Cash Title Loans and its parent company Tradition Media Group (TMG Loan Processing) is proud to announce the winner of the 1st Affordable School Aid Program sponsored by Max Cash.
Thomas Browning, who is attending Arizona State University - W.P. Carey School of Business in Tempe Arizona won with his 1500-word essay about how to make car title loans affordable and the way title loans work. Thomas said with his entry, "Most portfolio management companies want a minimum of $5,000 or $10,000 to start with a reasonable monthly continual contribution. Offering options to the people stuck in the middle is a great market to service. These are all personal areas of interest and will be part of my educational focus as I major in Finance at ASU."
The Affordable School Aid Program, established by Max Cash Title Loans awards $1500 per scholarship, and there are two scholarships per school year. The next scholarship is slated for Feb. 15, 2018, with all submissions to be received by Feb. 1st, 2018.
Max Cash Title Loans and TMG Loan Processing are brokers to multiple lenders nationwide. The growth of the firm has been doubling year over year because TMG Loan Processing offers consumers wide options for title loans. At the core of the company is its mission statement with core beliefs to support the communities in which they service and to create leaders in the financial industry.
"I would hope other lenders would join this scholarship program and our mission and increase the amount of money students can receive," said Fred Winchar, President of Tradition Media Group and Max Cash Title Loans. "Not having money for school is the worst reason for not attending and if we could get more lenders to join us, then our dream of helping many future financial leaders will become a reality!"
Thankfully for Thomas Browning, ASU posted the scholarship to their website allowing Mr. Browning to hear about it and apply, however, not all universities have the ability to post scholarships. "If more educators will take an active role in getting the word out, more students will have less financial stress and more time to focus on becoming outstanding students," said Mr. Winchar. "Sadly there is no easy way to get this access to an award to the seniors in high school, the college students in every level of their education. It may take the parents to read about this and let students know through Facebook or other social media. We are going to do our part and supply the money but we need help with both getting the word out and getting more lenders to join this program."
The first scholarship only received about 100 entries from only a few universities. The goal is thousands of entries from high school and all higher education institutions on the second scholarship.
Max Cash Title Loans is an extensive title loan referral service that partners with title loan lenders nationwide. If you need funding quickly, Max Cash Title Loans finds you a lender with competitive interest rates and low monthly installments. No matter where you live, from the west coast to the east coast, they can help you obtain a title loan. Max Cash Title Loans is a dba Tradition Media Group, LLC which 4/½ star rating from Consumer Affairs and is considered a leader in Loan Processing.
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