Pioneer Credit and Sallie Mae Fund Donate Nearly $200,000 to Charity

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"The day that I made the phone call to Pioneer Credit asking to be considered for the charity of the month program was the day our tournament took on a whole new life!" said Joan Harrison, Sponsorship Chairperson of the Drive Out Breast Cancer Women’s Golf Challenge. "It has been an honor to have Pioneer Credit working with us for the past five years on this worthwhile cause. On behalf of the Drive Out Women’s Breast Cancer Committee and the American Cancer Society, we can only say Thank You to them — knowing full well, words can never adequately express our appreciation and the appreciation of all women who suffer from this disease."

Pioneer is the largest private-sector employer in Wyoming County and has received numerous awards, including the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics and the 2005 Wyoming County Business of the Year by the Genesee, Livingston, Orleans, Wyoming (GLOW) Workforce Investment Board. The company remains one of the fastest-growing employers in Western New York, tripling its work force in just four years.

Sallie Mae, the nation’s leading provider of education funding, acquired Pioneer in December 2001.

Pioneer Credit Recovery: Founded in 1980, Pioneer Credit Recovery, Inc. is a national leader in the collection industry, providing collection services on defaulted debt. Headquartered in Western New York and employing nearly 1,400 people, Pioneer partners with multiple state and federal clients, including the U.S. Department of Education, and is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

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