critically important for rental dealers everywhere to come
together to discuss the upcoming federal legislative issues
facing this industry.
Bill Keese, Executive Director, APRO
If passed, Schumer's Rent-to-own Reform Act would designate a
Rental Purchase transaction as a credit sale, overriding
existing law in 47 states.
Carrico hopes to see at least 200 rental dealers in Dallas on
January 26. "We need every rental dealer to attend so we can
know first hand your concerns as we begin our new legislative
initiatives," he said.
“It is critically important for rental dealers everywhere to
come together to discuss the upcoming federal legislative issues
facing this industry and to agree upon a united position for
rent-to-own in America,” says Bill Keese, APRO’s executive
APRO has reserved a number of rooms at the Gaylord Texan hotel
in the event that a rental dealer wishes to fly in to the
Dallas/Ft. Worth airport the day before. Rooms may be reserved
by contacting the Gaylord Texan Hotel at their toll free number:
For more information about attending the conference, contact
Bill Keese, APRO executive director or Richard May, APRO public
affairs director at the APRO office at 512-794-0095.