TNL Sponsors Zoo In Sacramento

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Net Lender, a California financial company, has announced that they are now sponsoring the Sacramento Zoo. The company states that they are pleased to be part of the zoo’s sponsorship team and that they expect great things to come of this partnership.

A representative for the company says, “We are so pleased to announce our partnership with the zoo. We all love going to the zoo and we feel that this is a great way for us to give back to our local community.”

A partnership with the zoo allows companies to invest in one of the most popular historical sites in Sacramento, California. The zoo sees more than half a million visitors every year and has continued with amazing growth since it first opened. Corporate partners enable the zoo to carry out its own mission statement and provide the best in animal care and visitor experience, as well as fund educational programs. A representative for the zoo says that these partnerships offer amazing benefits for the companies that sponsor the zoo, as well.

“A partnership with the zoo means that the zoo will sponsor and promote those brands to our audience,” says the zoo spokesperson. “For instance, since TNL has chosen to sponsor us, we will now promote their title loans California to our visitors through a number of marketing means, giving that company more exposure, so a partnership is really a win-win for us and for any company that chooses to partner with us.”

TNL recently made headlines with their implementation of a new scholarship program. The company has been working diligently to assist those in California with their financial difficulties. Given that California is one of the most expensive states in the nation in which to live, the company states that they take steps to help families out of financial distress.

“We offer a wide range of solutions for those who are facing financial emergencies,” says the spokesperson for TNL. “Sponsoring the zoo is just one more way that we want to show Californians that we care; that we have our community’s best interests at heart.”

The company states that their financial solutions come without upfront fees or hidden charges, something that many companies cannot claim. The company recently announced an expansion to now include more than 300 office locations around the state. They add that they offer a number of funding sources designed to help consumers to get the financial relief that they need without the worries of traditional bank lending or other means.

Those who are interested in learning more about how The Net Lender is helping to build up the economy in California can visit them on their Press Advantage page for recently released news articles that outline their scholarship program and other things that they are doing for consumers. The company website also has reviews from past and current customers that outline how helpful the company has been in getting them the emergency funding that they needed for a number of issues.

TNL states that sponsoring the zoo is something that they are very proud to be doing and that they hope their customers will further this effort by visiting the zoo in Sacramento when they can. The zoo has been around for many years and is one of the most visited spots in all of California. The zoo website has a list of all of their corporate partners and all of the benefits that they can enjoy with the help of these sponsors. Those who are interested in learning more about the zoo in Sacramento can visit them on their official website.

Those who are interested in learning more about The Net Lender and the services that they provide can visit them on their website, as well. The website offers detailed information about all of their financial programs as well as an online application and a contact form. The company can also be contacted directly by phone or email.


For more information about The Net Lender, contact the company here:

The Net Lender
(888) 663-7074
The Net Lender California

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