Cub Cadet Renews Partnership with TD Bank

Originally Published by TD Bank.

TD Bank’s Retail Card Services business today announced their renewed multi-year agreement with Cub Cadet, a leader in outdoor power equipment with 1,300 dealer locations across the U.S.


Through this partnership, TD will continue to support Cub Cadet by providing consumer and commercial revolving credit financing, supported with unique market-driven insights to help them stay better connected with their consumers.

“Making connections with our consumers and partners is at the heart of our work. It helps ensure we provide our consumers with new, exciting products and financing options that meet their unique needs,” said Roy Keating, Vice President of Sales for Cub Cadet. “With TD, we’ve found a partner that understands our business and has supported us through periods of growth and innovation. Sustaining our relationship will help us continue on that trajectory.”

“Cub Cadet has been at the forefront of innovation in the outdoor space for decades, and we’re thrilled to continue our work with them,” said Mike Rittler, General Manager Retail Card Services, Personal Lending, and Business Development at TD Bank. “At TD, we’re dedicated to working with our partners to understand their unique needs and help them reach their goals. Supporting Cub Cadet in connecting with their vendors and leveraging our marketing expertise to assist them engage consumers is a perfect example of that.”

TD Bank’s U.S. Partnerships business (www.tdpartnershipprograms.com) launches and administers new credit card portfolios for merchants across all sales channels, and acquires retailers’ existing credit card portfolios.

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