News AMA: Capital One Visa Card for Motorcyclists

AMA: Capital One Visa Card for Motorcyclists

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AMA Capital One Visa credit card offers American Motorcyclist Association members opportunities for rewards, savings

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that AMA members can show their support for motorcyclists’ rights with a motorcycling-themed Visa card through the new AMA Capital One Visa credit card program.

AMA members can choose to apply for three different credit options to fit their individual needs: a card to help build credit, one with a low introductory interest rate or one that allows members to earn great rewards. The offer is available exclusively to AMA members at AMAVisa.com.

Rob Dingman (AMA President & CEO) says: “AMA members are a diverse group with varying credit needs. Working with Capital One, we are now able to offer a range of credit products to meet those needs.

“The AMA receives a financial contribution from each AMA Capital One Visa credit card purchase, which we then use to further our mission to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling.”

AMA members who apply and qualify for the AMA Capital One Visa Rewards card will earn 1.25 miles, redeemable for travel awards, for every dollar spent on purchases with the card. In addition, AMA members can choose a card design that reflects their passion for riding and their support for motorcyclists’ rights.

AMA members can go online now at AMAVisa.com to learn more about the various credit offers and to apply. Credit approval is required. Terms and conditions apply. This program is offered by Capital One, N.A.

The AMA Capital One Visa credit card program is just the latest in a growing list of more than two-dozen benefits and savings for AMA members. Another great value that the AMA offers its members is AMA Roadside Assistance.

The program, which covers motorcycles, automobiles, trailers and RVs is available at no additional charge for members who sign-up for automatic renewal or purchase a three-year membership. For more on the benefits of AMA membership, see AmericanMotorcyclist.com > Membership > Benefits of Membership.

Not an AMA member? It’s easy to join and take advantage of these money-saving benefits. Simply log on to AmericanMotorcyclist.com, and select “Join the AMA.” AMA members receive not only a great package of benefits, but they support America’s leading advocacy organization for the motorcycling lifestyle.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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