SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 7, 2016 – The employees of Progrexion, a Utah-based provider of credit report repair services, recently donated almost $100,000 to food banks in Utah, Idaho, Arizona and Oklahoma.
donating through payroll deductions, raising money through family and friends, and/or collecting and contributing non-perishable food.
Progrexion’s Utah locations collaborated with two other companies in the local business community and made a significant contribution to the Utah Foodbank as part of an annual Summer Foodbank Business Challenge. Ultradent Products, Inc. raised $24,500, Access Development raised nearly $1,500 and Progrexion contributed an additional $26,000, for a total Utah contribution of $52,000 Read More
Employees at eight locations in four states build more than 80,000 kits for Stop Hunger Now
SALT LAKE CITY, September 28, 2016 – Progrexion – one of the nation’s fastest growing companies and leaders in credit report repair – packed more than 80,000 meal kits for Stop Hunger Now. The meal kits will help feed thousands of families across the world for one year. Each of Progrexion’s eight sites spent two hours building more than 10,000 kits per location for Stop Hunger now as part of the company’s corporate giving outreach.
SALT LAKE CITY – September 1, 2016 – Progrexion – a leading provider of credit report repair services for consumers in the Unites States – announced the recent appointment of James Potter as Chief Legal Officer (CLO). In this new role, he will oversee the efforts of the Progrexion legal and compliance teams.
The company’s growth has garnered it national accolades, employing nearly 2,500 people at nine locations in Utah, Idaho, Arizona, California, New York and Oklahoma – an impressive growth since its early beginnings in 2000 with approximately 50 employees.
Customers of Progrexion’s consumer brands will now receive the credit score used in more than 90 percent of US lending decisions
SALT LAKE CITY, May 23, 2016 – Progrexion, a leader in credit report repair services for consumers in the United States, has announced that it will begin providing FICO® Scores to customers of its consumer brands.
“By providing FICO® Scores, Progrexion is demonstrating why it is the leader in the credit report repair business,” said Geoff Smith, vice president for consumer scores at FICO. “When consumers are actively working to repair their credit reports and improve their financial health, it’s critically important for them to understand the benchmark lenders use for evaluating creditworthiness, the FICO Score. For too long, consumers receiving something other than a FICO Score have been given the impression that what they’re getting is widely used by lenders, when in fact it is not. All consumers, especially those restoring their financial health, deserve to see how banks actually view them. We applaud Progrexion’s efforts to provide consumers the best possible experience, including the industry-leading FICO Score.”
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, March 10, 2015 – Progrexion employees from the company’s Idaho Falls location donated nearly $3,000 to The Haven Shelter in Idaho Falls as part of a quarterly service project. Todd Ellsworth, Progrexion regional director, presented the donation to shelter representatives at a company celebration on Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
Progrexion – one of the nation’s fastest growing companies – encourages its employees to participate in corporate giving programs throughout the year including blood drives, food drives, volunteering, and cash donations. Local Progrexion employees selected The Haven Shelter as the beneficiary of its quarterly service initiative.
SALT LAKE CITY – November 24, 2015 –Progrexion – a leading provider of services that help consumers navigate the credit journey – announced the recent appointment of Jeff Revoy as the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).He will drive continued growth for the company by developing and leading the sales and marketing strategy.
The company makes its announcement during a time of rapid growth, as one of the Inc. 5000’s fastest growing private companies in America. Progrexion employs more than 2,200 people at nine locations in Utah, Idaho and Arizona, an impressive growth since its early beginnings in 2000 with 50 employees.
Salt Lake City – July 23, 2015 – Jon Pexton, Chief Financial Officer of , was one of five CFOs celebrated at Utah Business Magazine’s CXO of the Year. Pexton was honored Thursday, June 25 at an awards luncheon held at The Grand America Hotel for the annual CXO of the Year celebration.
Pexton is a University of Utah graduate and a finance expert with more than 20 years of progressive and wide-ranging finance and accounting experience. At Progrexion, Pexton has helped the company more than triple in size and enhance the corporate culture. Pexton is focused on driving and improving the business through sound data analysis and understanding of where the company is going despite rapid growth and organizational complexity. The company now employs about 3,000 people in eight locations in three states. His experience includes eight years with Ernst and Young, a ‘Big 4’ accounting firm, and more than 10 years in executive level positions. In his experience, Pexton performed financial due diligence on more than 35 transactions. He also set-up and ran an investor relations program over the course of four years, participated in an IPO which raised $80 million and implemented financial systems.
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, July 14, 2015 – More than 30 Progrexion employees raised $5,300 for the American Cancer Society at its Idaho Falls Relay for Life held Friday, July 10, 2015. Employees and their family members participated in the event by running or walking 368 laps at Bonneville High School’s Thunder Stadium throughout the night.
Progrexion – one of the nation’s fastest growing companies – encourages its employees to participate in corporate giving programs through blood drives, food drives and cash donations. Friday’s event marked Progrexion’s fourth Relay for Life, where the Progrexion team ran and/or walked 92 miles.
“It is an honor to support the American Cancer Society and participate in Relay for Life,” said Dana Rae Bennett, manager of talent acquisition and sourcing for Progrexion. “I am so proud of all our employees that participate in our corporate giving projects. I’m especially grateful for those that came to this event and spent some part of the night walking and running laps in support of cancer patients and survivors.”
SALT LAKE CITY, June 4, 2015 – Progrexion – one of Utah’s fastest growing companies – unveiled its new corporate office at 257 Tower. The company will occupy suites 900, 1000, and 1200 of the building at 257 East 200 South, Salt Lake City. Nearly 200 company employees stood by as Progrexion executives and community dignitaries participated in a ribbon cutting for the new headquarters. To celebrate the ribbon cutting, Progrexion presented a check for $15,000 to No Bully Utah – a Utah non-profit dedicated to bringing school innovation and sustainable solutions to bullying harassment and violence.
Progrexion has grown from 50 employees in 2000 to approximately 2,000 employees in eight locations across Utah, Arizona and Idaho. The company has been featured as one of Utah’s fastest growing companies by Utah Business Magazine. The new 48,000-square-foot administrative office centralizes the IT, HR, legal, finance and marketing departments across three floors and accommodates Progrexion’s future growth. The offices are located in Nearon Enterprises, Inc.’s 257 Tower and the property is managed by CBRE, Inc.
PHOENIX, May 26, 2015 – Progrexion – one of the nation’s fastest growing companies – donated $16,000 to the local Arizona chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters on Saturday, May 16, 2015. The company celebrated the donation by participating in the nonprofit’s annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake that day. The BBBS program creates meaningful, monitored matches between adult community members (“Bigs”) and children ages six through 17 (“Littles”).
Progrexion employees are encouraged to participate in many corporate giving programs throughout the year including blood drives, food drives and Relays for Life. Saturday was no different; the company gave back to the local Arizona chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters through individual employee donations as well as solicited donations from friends and family.
“It is an honor to support the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and the mentorship it provides for hundreds of children in our communities,” said Progrexion President and COO Michael DeVico. “We are also overjoyed at the support and the determination that our employees have shown for BBBS. They remarkably raised $16,000 through their own efforts.”