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Key Equipment Finance Launches Streamlined New Website

April 16, 2012 - Press Release

SUPERIOR, CO - Key Equipment Finance, one of the nation's largest bank-held equipment finance companies and an affiliate of KeyCorp, today announced that the company has launched a streamlined new website that makes it easier for online visitors to find information about equipment financing.

The new site is compatible with all mobile devices, and a sophisticated content management system makes it easy to add new information to the site so the company's customers, prospects, alliance partners and other online visitors can always find up-to-date information and tools about equipment leasing and finance.

"Our goal is to make the new site a go-to location on the web for information about equipment finance," said Lori G. Frasier, senior vice president of strategic services at Key Equipment Finance. "We plan to add new tools and resources to the site regularly, from materials to help our alliance partners build sales to customer stories, published articles and videos that help businesses better understand their choices when it comes to financing equipment in today's economic climate."

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