The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) a small- business advocacy organization, and First Bankcard, a division of First National Bank of Omaha and a leading provider of credit card solutions, announced the launch of a new small business credit card program for NFIB members.
According to a release, the new NFIB Business Edition MasterCard will feature a custom rewards program and offer better tools, rewards and service to address the needs of small business owners. The new card enables NFIB members to manage their business expenses and earn reward points on all purchases, as well as double points for certain business purchases, including membership dues, office expenses, travel and dining. Reward points can be redeemed for travel, cash back in the form of a credit to the account, gift cards, merchandise and other goods and services.
"We are excited to partner with First Bankcard to launch a new business card program that will provide greater value to our members," said Mark Garzone, Senior Vice President of Marketing, National Federation of Independent Business. "We continually look for better ways to support small businesses. This program gives our members not only a more personal and reliable experience, but a flexible, easy and cost-efficient way to manage their purchases and expenses as well."
"Small businesses truly are the backbone of the U.S. economy," said Stephen F. Eulie, President of First Bankcard. "The new NFIB card program is designed to simplify expense tracking and make it easier for members to focus on the work they love, while also earning rewards on their business purchases. We look forward to working with the NFIB to support America's small business owners."
Original headline: National Federation of Independent Business and First Bankcard Roll Out New Small Business Credit Card Program
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