As Previously Announced, Jon Lamb has been Appointed as CEO of Drivrz Financial (formerly MUSA), replacing Jeff Morgan
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / April 30, 2021 / PowerBand Solutions Inc. (TSXV:PBX) (OTCQB:PWWBF) (Frankfurt:1ZVA) ('PowerBand', 'PBX' or the 'Company'), an innovative automotive fintech leader providing a comprehensive e-commerce solution transforming the online experience to sell, trade, lease, and finance vehicles, announces that Jeff Morgan is stepping down.
'It's just my time for my next opportunity.' said Jeff Morgan. 'I am leaving behind a very powerful executive team, arguably the strongest financing partnerships ever created and some first of its kind technology. When managed properly with PowerBand's DRIVRZ Solution, they have everything they need to be successful. I fully expect PowerBand, and the Drivrz Financial team, to be successful in improving and expanding on what I started.'
'On behalf of the Board of Directors and the entire PowerBand team, we want to extend our deepest gratitude to Mr. Morgan.' stated Jon Lamb, CEO of Drivrz. 'In addition to being the Founder, Jeff was a valued member of the PowerBand family of companies and we are grateful for his contributions.'
PowerBand is currently in the process rebranding MUSA Auto Finance as DRIVRZ Financial in each state.
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About PowerBand Solutions, Inc.
PowerBand Solutions Inc., listed on the TSX Venture Exchange and the OTCQB markets, is a fintech provider disrupting the automotive industry. PowerBand's integrated, cloud-based transaction platform facilitates transactions amongst consumers, dealers, funders, and manufacturers (OEMs). It enables them to buy, sell, trade, finance, and lease new and used, electric- and non-electric vehicles, on smart phones or any other online digital devices, from any location. PowerBand's transaction platform - being trademarked under DRIVRZ™ - is being made available across North American and global markets.
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