Alliance Data Signs Renewal Agreement with The Room Place at Harlem Furniture

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Alliance Data Systems Corp. has signed a long-term renewal agreement to continue providing private label credit card services for The Room Place at Harlem Furniture.

Alliance, Dallas, is a provider of transaction services, credit services and marketing services.

The Room Place at Harlem Furniture is a multi-channel retailer, which has been in operation for nearly 100 years and offers high-quality home furniture through 16 locations in the greater Chicago area as well as on-line. Harlem Furniture posted 2005 sales of more than $185 million and is listed by Furniture Today magazine as a "Top 100 U.S. Furniture Retailer." Harlem Furniture has 16 locations in the greater Chicago area and sells merchandise through its Web site.

Under terms of the agreement, Alliance Data will continue providing Harlem Furniture with private label credit card services including account acquisition and activation; receivables funding; card authorization; private label credit card issuance; statement generation; remittance processing; customer service functions and marketing services.

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