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January 19, 2018

NHRA Features Chosen Payments on Fox News

NHRA partners with national credit card processor Chosen Payments. Funny Car champion Tony Pedregon will serve as an ambassador of Chosen Payments

Chosen Payments CEO, Jeff Brodsly was recently featured on FOX Sports. Chosen Payments was featured on the national network as the preferred credit card processor of the NHRA, its members, fans and vendors. The national processor was recently named one of the Top 10 credit card processors in the United States by Retail CIO Magazine. Chosen Payments handles credit card processing at all NHRA tracks including ticket sales, concession stands and other ancillary sales that take place at NHRA tracks or on NHRA.com.

Chosen Payments is the preferred or exclusive provider in many vertical markets and maintains partnerships with trade associations serving many industries including funeral care, chiropractic care, jewelry stores, moving companies, ground transportation companies and others in the automotive industry such as car dealerships and the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA).

Brodsly was interviewed by Fox Sports reporter, Lewis Bloom during the annual SEMA (Specialized Equipment Market Association) Show held October 30 through November 2nd in Las Vegas. The show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event of the world. It draws a crowd of 165,000 people to see the latest automotive products, customized cars and builders to one place.

Brodsly took the opportunity to reveal that 2-time Funny Car champion Tony Pedregon would be serving as an ambassador of Chosen Payments. Brodsly indicated during the interview that he is currently evaluating the sponsorship of an NHRA team. The interview with Bloom was simulcast on NHRA.com. Bloom interviewed many members of the NHRA Aftermarket.

Brodsly says, “It was an honor to be selected to be featured on a national network along with representatives from Coca Cola, Papa John’s Pizza and other big-name companies. In fact, it was the highlight of my career!”

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDBtwS7eXao

Original article: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb15092124.htm

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