Apparatus Financing Company Now on Facebook

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Apparatus Financing Company Now on Facebook

Indianapolis, Ind. – The apparatus financing company, First Bankers, recently joined the popular social networking site in order to share their popular fire truck financing facts and tools.

“We are very excited to be on facebook,” says First Bankers President John Hill. “Followers will get exclusive access to our free financing tips and tools. We hope to create a community where members of the fire service can come and share and learn about all aspects of financing and budgeting.”

To become a fan of First Bankers on facebook click here.

More information about First Bankers is also available at www.firstbankers.net.

First Bankers Corporation, established in 1999, is an Indianapolis, IN-based firm specializing in financing for fire departments.


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