In the latest episode of Rock & Roll Road Trip, Sammy Hagar visits Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe at his home in Nashville, Tennessee. The guys talk rock n’ roll and swap stories about Van Halen and Mötley Crüe. Check out the clip below.
Vince Neil can be seen driving a Zamboni in a new ad for short-term lender, Dollar Loan Center.
Dollar Loan Center (DLC) was founded in 1998 by Charles “Chuck” Brennan, who is still the company’s majority owner as well as founder/CEO. With his strong background in the financial services industry, Chuck recognized that there was a better way to make short-term loans than the typical payday loan (fixed fee for holding a post-dated check for a period determined). The business model was simple, offer customers a signature loan (no check or other collateral, simple interest – interest accrues daily and does not accrue). Compared to the upfront billing for a package, this is a better product for the customer, which was previously not available to anyone in need of a short term loan.
Dollar Loan Center’s first branch was in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dollar Loan Center’s controlled expansion from 1999 to 2008 resulted in a stronghold of locations in Las Vegas, the Reno/Carson City area, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Dakota State from South. The growth strategy included both organic growth and several acquisitions of mom and pop locations. In 2012, Dollar Loan Center expanded to California and now operates 56 locations in Nevada and Utah.
The Dollar Loan Center, seen in the ad above, is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Henderson, Nevada. Built on the site of the former Henderson Pavilion, it is home to the Henderson Silver Knights of the American Hockey League and the Vegas Knight Hawks of the Indoor Football League. The City of Henderson owns the building with the Vegas Golden Knights of the National Hockey League as the operator. The Dollar Loan Center can accommodate 5,567 people for hockey and football.