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Mariotti celebrates 20 years with Priority One

Mariotti celebrates 20 years with Priority One

PETERSBURG, Fla. — Priority One Financial Services congratulated Lorraine Mariotti, vice president of lending, for twenty years with the company.

Mariotti started with the company in its earliest days and has been involved in one way or another in nearly every aspect of the company’s growth and success over the years, a release from the company stated. Mariotti has been involved in developing programs for dealers including the Forest River credit card and the creation of the equipment finance division. The release said Mariotti has also been a critical force in the development and management of product and lending relationships, a seasoned training resource for staff, has foremost knowledge on lending programs and has been intimately involved in the development and oversight of compliance programs.

“I have the deepest respect for her knowledge and experience in the recreational lending and F&I sphere and consider her to be a part of the foundation of our organization,” said Heather Mariscal, president of Priority One.

Bill Koster, vice president of Protective Asset Protection, who has worked closely with Mariotti comments, “Lorraine is a true professional, and I consider her a friend as well as a business partner.”

When not working, Mariotti enjoys spending time with her teenage daughter and husband, traveling and decorating.

SOURCE: Priority One Financial Services press release

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