American Finasco Celebrated 22 Years of Service in Commercial Debt Management

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American Finasco, Inc. celebrated its 22nd Anniversary in 2009. In the past 22 years American Finasco impacted the industry of Commercial Debt Management by bringing hope to thousands of business owners. The American Finasco Service is a proven solution to corporate debt and provides an alternative to Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.

In 1987, in Houston, TX American Finasco, Inc. was founded by Henry P. Blott with the vision of being an alternative to corporate bankruptcy. In 1999, Gary Milleson purchased the business from founder Henry P. Blott and is now 100% stockholder. Gary has successfully guided the business to record levels since his purchase.

In the past 22 years American Finasco has successfully assisted thousands of clients with debt negotiation services. American Finasco also holds a strong Referring Attorney Network which has grown into a mature and stable asset to the American Finasco client base.

There were several instrumental individuals who helped build the strong foundation of what is today American Finasco. These individuals each hold a unique stake in the past 22 years of success.

In Sales Management key individuals over the years include Jim Kirkman, Mark Blott, Roger Truley, Chuck Yerbic, Tom Benecke, and Jim Gareri. Each of these individuals reached out to provide the American Finasco service to business owners across the United States.

In the American Finasco Corporate Office over the years there have been many stand-out performers including founder Henry P. Blott, current President/CEO Gary P. Milleson and V.P. Operations Janet E. Milleson. Long term employees who have made a significant contribution in the daily operations include Cindy Robinson, Kristi Collier, Marsha Cashdollar and Jamie Durdin.

The dedication of the American Finasco team over the years has helped it to grow into the strong and respected business it is today.

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