Dollar Loan Center now offers Californians a new opportunity for short-term loans
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
Dollar Loan Center now offers Californians a new opportunity for short-term loans. This week the company began offering online loans throughout California with 20 physical locations planned to open by the end of the year. Dollar Loan Center is the largest provider of short term signature loans in Nevada with additional locations in Utah and South Dakota.
“Dollar Loan Center has been growing consistently every year since opening in 1998,” said CEO Chuck Brennan. “California is a natural progression of our statewide short-term loans in Nevada, Utah and South Dakota. We will open four physical locations within the next few weeks in Anaheim, Long Beach and Glendale with 20 locations throughout the state by the end of the year.”
Dollar Loan Center is now offering signature, or short-term, loans in the amount of $2,500 to California residents. “We decided to offer this loan because it was most closely related with our current lending products,” said Brennan. “The application, as with all of Dollar Loan Center’s online applications, is an easy one-page online form.”
The company’s entrance in California also creates job openings throughout the state to staff Dollar Loan Center stores. Applications are being accepted via the company’s website at http://www.dontbebroke.com.
Dollar Loan Center is the largest provider of short term credit services in South Dakota and Nevada with 51 locations throughout the two states and Utah. The philanthropic stores support dozens of organizations including Las Vegas’ favorite charity, Opportunity Village, and Alice and Sheryl Cooper’s Solid Rock Foundation, among many others. Brennan himself is one of Nevada’s most recognized philanthropists, giving nearly $500,000 annually to charities across the country.
The company, which Entrepreneur Magazine listed among its “Hot 500 Fastest Growing Businesses and Entrepreneurs” in 2007, employs hundreds throughout Nevada, Utah and South Dakota.
For more information, visit http://www.dontbebroke.com.