APS Payments Announces Credit Card Processing Partnership with the Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association

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New Collaboration between APS Payments and the AzLTA aims to strengthen the Arizona Tourism and Lodging Industry.

Leading Credit Card Processing Provider

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“It has been such an honor to work with the AzLTA. I am excited to start the new year by building relationships and offering our services to all of the members,” said Candra Rader, Senior Sales Manager at APS Payments.

APS Payments announces this week a partnership with the Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association (AzLTA), where APS Payments will be the preferred provider of credit card processing for all association members.

Phillip Heath, President of APS Payments, states, “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the AzLTA to ensure all of their members are provided the best in credit card processing. With longevity and posterity in mind, we look forward to delivering their properties quality solutions and services.”

APS Payments is the leading payment processing provider in Arizona that focuses on helping hotel owners and other merchants succeed in the ever-changing lodging and tourism industries. With a free merchant statement analysis, cost savings comparison, and a dedicated team, APS Payments promises a smooth onboarding process.

“The AzLTA is focused on strengthening the business operating environment for the sports, travel, arts, lodging and tourism industry. With partners like APS Payments, our members gain access to great rates and can leverage benefits across the membership to better compete for business,” said David Drennon, Executive Vice President of the Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association.

By diligently assisting the AzLTA and its members, APS Payments endeavors to support the vibrant and booming tourism industry in Arizona. 43.9 million people visited Arizona in 2017 who collectively spent $22.7 billion in the state according to the most recent data from the Arizona Office of Tourism. The $3.37 billion in 2017 tax revenue equals an annual tax savings of $1,293 for every Arizona household. Protecting consumer data, automating data entry processes, and reducing fees are all ways that this collaboration will serve to bolster and champion the longevity of this important Arizona economic sector.

“It has been such an honor to work with the AzLTA. I am excited to start the new year by building relationships and offering our services to all of the members,” said Candra Rader, Senior Sales Manager at APS Payments.

About APS Payments
APS Payments is a leading payment processing provider and offers flexible and integrated payments for every business. APS Payments is a gateway and processor that is trusted by thousands of merchants daily to process payments and works diligently to provide you the lowest credit card processing rates, reduce your risk, and deliver the best solutions for your business. APS Payments is headquartered in Mesa, AZ with several field offices globally. For more information, please visit http://www.apspayments.com.

APS PAYMENTS is a registered ISO/MSP of Esquire Bank, Garden City, NY 11530 and a registered MSP/ISO of the Canadian branch of U.S. Bank National Association and Elavon, Inc. Georgia [a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp, Minneapolis, MN]

About AzLTA
The Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association (AzLTA) is the leading public policy advocate for Arizona's Lodging and Tourism Industries. Representing more than 40,000 guest rooms statewide and members, including hotels, resorts, attractions, destination marketing organizations, B&B's and related industry partners, AzLTA delivers on its mission to advocate, collaborate and educate on the sectors’ interests. For additional information, please contact the Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association at 602-604-0729 or visit https://azlta.com.

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