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Fast ‘n’ Funded announces TV’s Paul Cowland as Brand Ambassador

Classic, collectible and performance car finance services.

Fast ‘n’ Funded, the family owned, Cheshire-based finance company, has announced today that it has appointed TV presenter and motoring expert Paul Cowland as brand ambassador for its classic, collectible and performance car finance services.

The move will see the well-known presenter representing the brand across a series of activities, including videos, live events, social media and blogs. As someone that’s sold a fair amount of car finance himself, during his near-30 years in the motor trade, Paul is no stranger to helping people into their dream cars by creating the right deal.

Fast ‘n’ Funded is part of TAFCO Limited founded in 2013. Fast ‘n’ Funded has already created significant ripples in the supercar, prestige and classic car markets with its keen pricing, fair and open commissions, and ability to help customers get their dream car for an affordable payment. Able to finance classics and exotics of almost any age, they’ve already helped hundreds of petrolheads get behind the wheel of their true automotive passion.

Fast 'n' Funded Paul Cowland

Commenting on the new addition to his team, Fast ‘n’ Funded MD (and serial car collector) Kurt Bradbury said: “Paul is a wonderful fit for the FNF team, thanks to his public profile and extensive industry knowledge. He’s also a prolific car-collector, of all sorts of rare and wonderful machines, so I know he’s going to be able to communicate with our clientele and share our vision; to shake up the market – and make the ownership of exceptional and interesting vehicles more accessible for everyone.”

Clearly excited to get started with this new venture, Paul Cowland said: “I’m delighted to be working with the FNF team, and even more excited about helping my fellow petrolheads to find and fund their dream cars. So many times, I’ve found the perfect car, but not quite had the cash in the bank to buy it, so I’ve used finance to make sure I snag it before it goes. Bought well, classics can be great investments and, in many cases, can easily outperform the cost of finance. I want to show everyone that being smart with finance they can either get more car for their money, or perhaps their poster car for less than they think.”

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