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Citi Retail Services and Brooks Brothers Extend Consumer Credit Card Relationship

Citi Retail Services and Brooks Brothers Extend Consumer Credit Card Relationship

Multi-Year Agreement Renews Partnership in Shared Drive to Innovate and Power Omnichannel Payments Offerings

Brooks Brothers, the country’s oldest clothing retailer, and Citi Retail Services, one of North America’s largest and most experienced retail credit solution providers, announced a multi-year extension of their consumer credit card relationship.

“As we further transform for the future, we believe that this renewal will enable us to expand our vision of what is possible for cardmembers and valued customers.”

The agreement helps to strengthen the bond between the two iconic American brands and marks a continued alignment of goals, including a steadfast commitment to driving omnichannel engagement and building multi-generational customer relationships.

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“Since 2015, Citi Retail Services has been a valued partner in powering the growth of our payments offerings – especially as we’ve expanded our omnichannel offerings,” said Brooks Brothers CEO, Ken Ohashi “As we further transform for the future, we believe that this renewal will enable us to expand our vision of what is possible for cardmembers and valued customers.”

“We are excited to announce a multi-year renewal of our credit card partnership with Brooks Brothers,” said Leslie McNamara, Business Head, Partner Management, Citi Retail Services. “This agreement signifies our shared commitment to innovation and creating next-gen commerce solutions that will drive growth and engagement within an increasingly interconnected physical and digital landscape.”

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