From a press release:
….Stand Up Missouri does not represent payday lending or payday interests.
….Nathan Thurm: Of course I know that. But we give a lot of that money back to congressmen and to the White House….
At the Missouri Ethics Commission:
C111201 11/23/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI Brundage Management Company, Inc. 254 Spencer Lane San Antonio TX 78201 11/22/2011 $32,000.00
C111201 11/23/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI Western Shamrock Corporation 801 South Abe San Angelo TX 76903 11/22/2011 $10,000.00
C111201 11/23/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI Tower Loan P.O. Box 320001 Flowood MS 39232 11/22/2011 $34,000.00
C111201 11/23/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI World Acceptance Corporation P.O. Box 6429 Greenville SC 29606 11/22/2011 $72,000.00
C111201 11/30/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI Security Group, Inc. P.O. Drawer 811 Spartanburg SC 29304 11/29/2011 $48,000.00
C111201 11/30/2011 STAND UP MISSOURI Wallace Management Co. 328 E. Carl Albert Pkwy. McAlester OK 74501 11/29/2011 $20,000.00
Heh. It’s gotta be like driving an ice cream truck route around Minot, North Dakota in January. Ring that bell and someone is bound to buy it.
Campaign Finance: big bucks for a payday loan PAC (August 20, 2011)
Campaign Finance: Isn’t that interest(ing)? (August 24, 2011)
Campaign Finance: Payday loans get the big bucks, again (September 27, 2011)
Campaign Finance: Payday loans get the big bucks, again – part 2 (November 10, 2011)
Campaign Finance: a brand spanking new committee rakes it in (November 23, 2011)
Campaign Finance: it is about payday loans (November 30, 2011)