ARA announces partnership with Bridgecrest on training, vendor vetting
Irving, Texas, March 14, 2018 – The American Recovery Association (ARA), the world’s largest association of recovery and remarketing professionals, is excited to announce a new partnership with Bridgecrest. As part of this agreement, ARA will assist Bridgecrest in their vendor vetting, training and monitoring program.
“We are honored to be chosen as the exclusive training program by Bridgecrest and are happy to help reduce the cost burden on vendors,” said Dave Kennedy, President of ARA. “We still believe repossessors should only have to choose one training service, but until our compliance program is accepted by everyone, we are determined to provide the best value.”
ARA seeks to be a viable industry solution to the high cost of vendor training. This partnership is a major benefit to Bridgecrest’s current vendor network, as it significantly reduces the financial burden placed upon them.
For more information about ARA, its partnerships, and its member benefits, please visit repo.org.
Bridgecrest Acceptance Company is a licensed third-party servicer, servicing loans for DriveTime and other affiliated finance companies. For more information on Bridgecrest Acceptance Company, please visit bridgecrest.com.
About American Recovery Association, Inc.
American Recovery Association (ARA) is the world’s largest association of recovery and remarketing professionals. ARA members specialize in locating and repossessing collateral on behalf of lending institutions, including banks, savings institutions, finance companies, credit unions, rental/leasing companies, and auto, truck and equipment dealers. ARA is a nonprofit association whose members serve 27,000 national and international cities. All members are certified independent business operators. For more information, call 972.755.4755 or visit the website at www.repo.org.