Tire Dealer Processing Donates to Georgia Tire Dealers Foundation

Posted on January 29, 2018

Tire Dealer Processing, a merchant services and credit card processing company that specializes in the businesses of tire dealers, has made a $2,000 donation to the Georgia Tire Dealers & Retreaders Association (GTDRA) Foundation Inc.

The GTDRA Foundation provides scholarships to association members and immediate family, their employees and immediate family members of employees. In 2017 the foundation awarded $11,000 in scholarships.

Craig Roll, managing partner of Tire Dealer Processing, a division of IntraFirst Corp., says the company wants to do more than sell a product or service.

“We feel a special bond with our recipients” says Roll, “and we are proud to be able to provide a small bit of assistance to their college education.”

Tire Dealer Processing specializes in providing credit card processing and merchant services to tire dealers with a flat, 10 cents per transaction pricing program. “Our corporate strategy is to provide the best in customer service with the lowest pricing for our tire dealers,” says Roll, “This strategy has paid off so far, as we have never lost a customer. Not a single one.”

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