Renaming ‘Tower’ a sign of company’s commitment to Dallas

Santander Consumer USA (SC) literally is raising its profile in Dallas, and we couldn’t be prouder.

The name Santander will be difficult to miss in large letters high on the former Thanksgiving Tower – now Santander Tower – and that is the point, after all.

We will be increasingly visible to the Dallas community, and not in name alone. We continue to ramp up our commitment to the city, working with organizations and influencers dedicated to bringing positive change and growth, making an impact in our own backyard in Dallas and in all of our SC communities.

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$1.3 million in relief funds from SC Foundation go to community organizations in need

SC has demonstrated support to its customers and communities through efforts to ease financial challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, including recent grants to Dallas-based organizations such as the Dallas Innovation Alliance, United Way of Metro Dallas and Café Momentum.

The company continues to seek ways to make a powerful impact in all of our communities.

The 50-story Santander Tower joins our other SC facilities in the Denver area; North Richland Hills, Texas; and Mesa, Arizona (to be completed this summer) in showcasing the Santander name.

Please see our video about the renamed Santander Tower.

Transcript

For years, many Santander Consumer associates have called Thanksgiving Tower home.

We’ve embraced the communities where we live and work [from] the heart of downtown Dallas.

Now, we are proud to take the next step in furthering our commitment to the people we have the pleasure to serve.

Our headquarters building is getting a new name and a new look.

We are proud to introduce SANTANDER TOWER, a symbol of our dedication to our customers and our community that we are here for them and are looking forward to a bright future together.

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