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Oct. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cub Cadet, a worldwide leader in outdoor power equipment, has selected TD Retail Card Services to administer its retail financing programs using the Cub Cadet Powercard.
Under the agreement, the
Mahwah, N.J.-based business unit of TD Bank, N.A., will direct all facets of the program with Cub Cadet's nationwide network of independent dealers.
The Cub Cadet credit card from TD Retail Card Services will offer a full array of revolving and installment finance options for both consumer and commercial accounts.
Commenting on the company's decision to move the program to TD Retail Card Services,
Dave Outcalt, Vice President and General Manager, Specialty Retail Group, said: "Cub Cadet is pleased to partner with TD Retail Card Services, which has years of experience dealing with independent dealer networks. TD gives Cub Cadet the power to offer industry leading programs that will make owning a Cub Cadet easier for consumers, and thus growing the Cub Cadet brand."
About Cub Cadet
Cleveland, Ohio, Cub Cadet, founded in 1961, has been engineering innovative, premium quality products for more than 50 years. Through a dedicated and extensive network of dealers and retailers, Cub Cadet delivers a full line of high performance equipment and services that cover all aspects of grounds care for professional and residential customers - including innovative all wheel steer, zero turn riders; application equipment; utility vehicles; lawn and garden tractors, lithium ion and gasoline-powered handheld and chore products, snow throwers and more. For more information visit
About TD Retail Card Services
Mahwah, N.J., TD Retail Card Services ranks among
North America's largest private label credit card companies. A division of TD Bank, N.A., the company launches and administers new credit card portfolios for brick-and-mortar, internet and catalog merchants, and acquires retailers' existing credit card portfolios. For more information, visit