It’s an honor to be part of such an amazing organization and contribute to the wonderful work they do.
Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) November 17, 2011
Certified Payment Processing (CPP) recently participated in Passionately Pink for the Cure®, a fundraiser for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Those who donated a minimum of five dollars were allowed to dress casually on Thursday, October 13. They were also given a pink ribbon to wear, showing their support for breast cancer awareness.
“This is our first year to be involved with Susan G. Komen,” say Kirk Mann, CPP General Manager. “It’s an honor to be part of such an amazing organization and contribute to the wonderful work they do.”
CPP, a leading merchant services provider of electronic payment equipment for purchases made by debit cards and credit cards, has more than 300 employees in Carrollton, Texas, as well as hundreds of sales associates in the field throughout the country.
From the Susan G. Komen website: Passionately Pink for the Cure® is an awareness and fundraising program benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. Our goal is to end breast cancer forever by supporting the work of the organization started by one sister and named for the other.
About Certified Payment Processing
Certified Payment Processing (CPP) is a provider of credit card processing services and also leases point-of-sale terminals that quickly process all forms of payments: debit and credit card transactions, gift cards and checks. The products and services are designed to help businesses increase revenue, control costs, improve efficiency, enhance data security and provide their customers with the most popular payment methods. CPP has been a leader in the industry for nearly 20 years, and has more than 400 dedicated sales consultants in the field throughout the country, supported by 300+ office employees headquartered in Carrollton, Texas. With three direct sales entities –TransTech Merchant Group, Summit Merchant Solutions and ISIS Direct – CPP has more than 40,000 active merchants and transactions in excess of $3 billion.