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SNAAC Celebrates 30th Anniversary

SNAAC is proud to announce that it will celebrate its 30th year in business in October 2016.

“Since SNAAC was founded in 1986, the company has grown significantly, particularly over the last five years,” said Grant Skeens, President and CEO of SNAAC. “Our focus on providing excellent service to our customers has provided stability and longevity in the consumer lending industry.” 

SNAAC was established as a retail sales finance company for military service members. The expansion to a broader consumer segment (beyond military) and motorcycle financing have provided opportunities to add capacity and associates. SNAAC expanded its presence in Mason, Ohio in 2015 with a second office in the Courseview Triangle building.

“Our 30th anniversary is a huge milestone,” added Skeens. “Our concentration on technology, our customers and our team’s development has driven our growth; we are now servicing more than 27,000 active customer accounts in 30 states throughout the U.S.”

A record number of associates and managers were promoted within SNAAC in 2015. “Our executive team is dedicated to making SNAAC a great place to develop leadership skills and careers,” shared Skeens.

Earlier this year, SNAAC was named one of Greater Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces by Enquirer Media. SNAAC was previously named a Top Workplace in 2015 and 2013.

About Security National Automotive Acceptance Company (SNAAC)

SNAAC is a privately-held retail sales finance company that purchases and services retail sales contracts from auto dealers nationwide. Established in the industry for 30 years, SNAAC provides dealers with customized financing solutions for consumers through competitive programs and an unparalleled service experience. Based in Cincinnati, OH, SNAAC continues a long-standing commitment to support causes that enrich local communities, including United Way of Greater Cincinnati and USA Cares, and has been consecutively named as one of Greater Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces. For more information, visit snaac.com.

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