(Chattanooga, Tennessee)�Employees at North American Credit Services, Inc. (NACS), a local full service collection, Skiptracing
and Receivables Management agency, helped support consumer education throughout the month of April during National Collectors
Challenge Month, a campaign benefiting the ACA International Education Foundation.
Each year throughout the month of April, members of ACA International, the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals (ACA),
raise funds to promote the association�s financial literacy efforts. �Our employees know better than anyone the challenge consumers
face in managing their personal finances, so this is the ideal way for us to give back in our community,� said Dallas S. Bunton, SR,
IFCCE, MCE; Chairman of NACS and Medical Services of Chattanooga. �Helping the people we contact learn the skills they need to
use credit wisely and regain control of their finances gives us pride in the important work we do.�
Our local 2009 employee campaign raised $1,000 which was then matched two-to-one by NACS, Inc. for a total contribution of $3,000
to benefit community-based financial literacy programs. �Our employees were provided numerous fun opportunities to become involved
and to help make a difference in this crucial cause, especially during these current hard economic times we�re facing together as a
nation,� stated Bunton. Employee activities included: opportunities to purchase casual dress-down day tickets, chance drawing raffle
items and the always popular � Collectors Challenge Cookout with an onsite bar-b-que; all proceeds benefiting the ACA Foundation.
The money raised will allow the ACA International Education Foundation to expand its financial literacy programs, such as providing
free electronic Community Education Kits on consumer rights and money management basics, the Receivables Management Training
Program giving persons with disabilities access to employment in the accounts receivable field, the Foundation�s annual consumer
outreach campaign, National Credit Education Week, and the Foundation�s latest initiative, the Personal Financial Management Web
Course�a free online money management training program available to consumers as a public service. Money to fund these important
projects comes from donations by ACA International members and friends.
Bunton Receives Prestigious ACPAC Ambassador Award
NACS Promotes Customer Excellence
Go Red' Supports Healthier Hearts
Charity Challenge Success -- - benefiting consumer financial literacy.
April Collectors Charity Challenge Month
NACS Helping Children & Families
NACS Supports Healthier Hearts
NACS Helps Brighten Holidays for 3 Heroic Families
NACS Recognizes - Professional Excellence and Service
Chamber of Commerce Award Recipient
NACS Celebrates WALK-tober'
Celebrating 30 Years of Service
Employees Making a Difference -- Financial Literacy Benefit Helps Consumers Around the Globe
Important Debt Collection Resource for Consumers
'Shining Stars' Support Health Access Initiative
NACS Celebrates More Birthdays! Cancer Benefit
NACS Super Hero's! Children's Hospital benefit sponsor.
Employee Recognitions -- Professional Excellence
Honoring All Who Served
NACS Honoring All Who Served
STEP-tember Health & Wellness
'GREEN' for Good = Great for Families
Helping Heal Broken Hearts
NACS to Celebrate 'STEP-tember'; Health & Wellness
Racing for Children's Hospital Benefit -- Collaborative Success!
$1,500 + Rasied for Consumer Financial Literacy!
EXTREME Community Project
2nd Year Cancer Benefit -- Collaborative Success
FREE On-Line Financial Advice -- AskDoctorDebt.com
Caring for Our Community Together
NACS Leadership Attends Annual Committee of 100
'Denim & Diamonds' Project Access Benefit Sponsorship Announced
Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back! -- Relay for Life
NACS Presents 2nd Year Cancer Benefit
Dragon Boat Benefit Sponsorship Announced
Employee Recognitions 28th Annual Awards Banquet
Florida Hospital Golden Gala Corporate Sponsorship
Doctor Debt Is Here to Help
Pink Company Wide - for Breast Cancer Awareness
'Cancer Hits Home' Taste of the Town benefit Receives Collaborative Funding for Success
NACS CEO Prestigious ACA International Fellow Award Recipient
NACS Crew Beat the Heat for Children's Cancer benefit
STEP-tember Wellness Campaign Launch
Collectors Challenge Month
NACS Relay for Life 2010 Cancer Benefit -- Success!
Company Bowling League -- Team Connect
Want to Improve Your Personal Finances - At No Cost?
A Helping Hand
Twas' the Week Before Christmas and Not a Collector was Calling ...
NACS Kids Have Talent
Local participants receive ACA International 'Quality Assurance' training.
AskDoctorDebt.com -- Helps Consumers Combat Phony Debt Collectors
Flu Fears Spread -- NACS Takes Steps to Keep Employees Healthy
'Take 25' Child Safety Fair a Collaborative Success
NACS Corporate Services Chamber Ribbon Cutting
NACS Green Initiative
North American Credit Services Collects with Dignity
NACS Goes Paperless
NACS to Present National Take 25 Child Safety Fair in Chattanooga
Business Continues to Grow & Become Greener
NACS to Bring National Safe Kids Model to Chattanooga
NACS Partners with National Center for Missing & Exploited Children -- Take 25 Child Saftey
NACS Employees Respond to Critical Need for Blood
Luau for Life Cancer Benefit a Success
Got Financial Literacy? NACS & ACA Foundation Unite.
NACS Promotes Customer Excellence
NACS Receives Professional Practices Management System Certification
Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back! Let's Cure Cancer - Together!
NACS Makes Record During Collectors Challenge Month
Give Back for the Future
Twas the Week of Christmas... and Not a Collector was Calling.
NACS American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Award Recipient
Dallas S. Bunton, Sr. -- CEO & Chairman; ACA International Fellow Award Recipient
'Making Time for Success' ACA International's 'Collector'
N A C S - Real Men Wear PINK!
NACS Expands Chattanooga Campus; Chattanooga Times-Free Press, Business Feature; Sunday, April 20, 2014
NACS Receives Chamber Business of Month
Tennessee Governor's Healthier Workplace Award
Go Red - for Healthier Hearts
Healthier Tennessee Workplace Recognition
Questions About Debt? 'Ask Doctor Debt' Can Help