EWC Raises Money through Facebook “Like” Campaign for Local Charity

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Express Working Capital to donate $1 to ‘Dress for Success Dallas’ for every ‘Like’ it receives on social networking site

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We’re experiencing astounding growth because we solve problems for small- and midsize businesses who really need it right now … Being an entrepreneurial company, we wanted to match our efforts with a nonprofit that helps people find jobs.

Leading merchant cash advance company Express Working Capital announced this week that it is launching an innovative social media campaign in which it will donate $1 every time someone clicks on its Facebook page “Like” button – and will do so up to $2,500.

"We’re experiencing astounding growth because we solve problems for small- and midsize businesses who really need it right now, but we wanted to find a creative way to give back to our community as well," said Brad Woy, President and CEO of Express Working Capital. "Being an entrepreneurial company, we wanted to match our efforts with a nonprofit that helps people find jobs. We think we found the perfect partner with Dress for Success Dallas."

The promotion runs for three months (until December 1), at which time EWC will present a check to Dress for Success Dallas, reflecting the total number of Likes received during the promotion. Further details can be found at Facebook.com/EWCDallas.

“Dress for Success Dallas is excited to participate in this unique campaign,” said Linh Quach, President of Dress for Success Dallas, “and we’re very happy that Express Working Capital has chosen to honor our work in the Dallas-Fort Worth community with their promotion.”

ABOUT DRESS FOR SUCCESS DALLAS
Dress for Success Dallas is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Dress for Success Dallas responds to the needs of the Dallas-Fort Worth community by providing programs that help economically disadvantaged women acquire jobs, retain their positions, and succeed in the mainstream workplace. Its website can be found here.

ABOUT EXPRESS WORKING CAPITAL
Las Colinas, Texas-based Express Working Capital, LLC is a leading provider of Merchant Cash Advances to small- and midsized businesses throughout the United States. EWC offers its Convenience Capital™ advance program to deserving business traditionally under-served by the banking industry. Since 2008, EWC has advanced more than $35,000,000 to hundreds of businesses in 38 states. EWC does not make loans. Instead, EWC purchases a portion of its client’s future credit card sales at a discount and collects a percentage of future daily Visa/MasterCard/Discover sales directly from the merchant’s credit card processor until paid in full. More details at http://www.expressworkingcapital.com.

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