Alliance Data Renews With Dress Barn, Maurices

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Alliance Data Systems Corp., a provider of transaction, credit and marketing services, said yesterday that it signed a multi-year renewal agreement to continue providing private-label credit card services for leading specialty retailers the Dress Barn Inc. and Maurices Inc.


Dress Barn operates more than 785 locations in 45 states, catering to value-conscious career women and selling moderate- to higher-end apparel and accessories. In January, Dress Barn acquired Maurices, which operates more than 475 stores in 39 states and sells quality, on-trend apparel targeting young adults.


Dress Barn and Maurices have been clients of Dallas-based Alliance Data Systems since 1993 and 2001, respectively. Alliance will continue providing services including private-label credit card issuance, account acquisition and activation, receivables funding, card authorization, statement generation, remittance processing, marketing services and customer service functions.


Melissa Campanelli covers postal news, CRM and database marketing for DM News and DMNews.com. To keep up with the latest developments in these areas, subscribe to our daily and weekly e-mail newsletters by visiting www.dmnews.com/newsletters


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