Hockey Fan Takes Over Joe Louis Arena, One ATM at a Time

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Detroit Red Wing fans can now spend more time watching the game and less time getting their cash as ACFN takes over the Joe Louis Arena's ATM service from Bank of America

We are stepping in to fill that void forming relationships with many national management companies and securing agreements to provide services throughout North America

When Bank of America gave notice that they were removing their 3 ATM machines from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, no one was happier than ACFN. Under the terms of the $45 billion in TARP money that Bank of America received from the government, they were forced to withdraw both their sponsorship and all ATM service from the Detroit arena.

American Consumer Financial network (ACFN), an innovative Silicon Valley Company that provides the nation's only ATM Franchise business, has quickly stepped in to ensure that Red Wing's fans can continue to use ATM's in the Joe Louis Arena.

"We are stepping in to fill that void forming relationships with many national management companies and securing agreements to provide services throughout North America". says Jeffrey Kerr, President and CEO of ACFN.

Partnering with a Detroit based ACFN Franchisee and hockey fan, ACFN was in the position to supply 7 new machines in the Joe Louis Arena and substantially increase customer service. With 90,000 fans per year requiring access to ATM's during events at Joe Louis, installing more machines has decreased their waiting time, increasing revenue for arena merchants.

With ACFN, Red Wing's fans have easier access to their cash and more time to spend watching the game adds, Kerr.

Specializing in building privately owned ATM networks for franchise owners across North America, ACFN has 1,200 locations in North America including hotels, hospitals, convention centers, travel and entertainment based businesses, sporting arena's and tourist destinations.

ACFN has been extraordinarily successful in providing services to this niche market with its unique "turn key & hassle free" marketing philosophy, combined with a "fair and friendly" approach.

Providing ATM services since 1996, franchised in 2003 with 135 franchises with 1200 ATM Machines in the US and Canada.

American Consumer Financial Network (ACFN)
96 N. Third Street Suite 600
San Jose, CA 95112
888-794-2236

http://www.acfnfranchised.com/

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