Acceptance Now Rental Agreement

As part of the recommendation agreement, ANow operates kiosks in some Conns subsidiaries. Due to the non-renewal of the recommendation agreement, the 115 ANow kiosks of De Conns subsidiaries will cease operations when the store closes on June 6, 2017. ANow accounts, currently subject to Conns` agreement, are merged and managed into existing ANow or Core-US sites. Plano, Texas, Rent-A-Center, Inc. is a Texas-based company that focuses on improving the quality of life of its customers by offering them the opportunity to acquire ownership of high-quality sustainable products, such as consumer electronics, computers, furniture and accessories, under flexible leases, with no long-term commitment. The company owns and operates approximately 2,600 stores in the United States, Mexico, Canada and Puerto Rico, as well as approximately 1,870 Acceptance Now kiosk sites in the United States and Puerto Rico. Rent-A-Center Franchising International, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, is a national franchisee of some 230 rent-to-own stores operated under the trade names Rent-A-Center, “ColorTyme” and “RimTyme.” This press release and the guidelines above contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “may,” “will,” “wants,” “could,” “appreciating,” “should,” “anticipate” or “believe” or their negative variations or variations in it or variations in it or similar terminology. The Company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are correct. However, it is not certain that such expectations will occur. The actual future performance of the company could be significantly different from these statements. These factors that may cause or contribute to such differences include, among others, the overall strength of the economy and other economic conditions that affect consumer preferences and spending; Factors that affect the disposable income available to current and potential business customers; changes in the unemployment rate; difficulties in improving the financial and operational capacity of the company`s operations; our Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer Transitions, including our ability to effectively manage and implement our strategies during the transition period, as well as difficulties or delays in identifying and obtaining a Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, each with the required level of expertise and expertise; Failure to manage storage work and other company storage costs The company`s ability to identify, develop and implement strategic initiatives; failures due to the implementation and operation of the company`s new branch information management system, including capacity-related failures; The company`s ability to successfully market smartphones and related services to its customers; The company`s ability to successfully develop and implement virtual or electronic commerce functions; Disruptions to the company`s supply chain Restrictions or disruptions to the company`s distribution network Rapid inflation or deflation in the prices of company products; The entity`s ability to consolidate branches, including the entity`s ability to retain revenues generated by accounts receivable imported to another site as a result of branch consolidation; The company`s free cash flow The company`s ability to successfully identify and market products and services for demographic customers; Consumer preferences and perceptions of the company`s brand Uncertainty about the ability to open new sites; The entity`s ability to acquire additional transactions or receivables on favourable terms; The company`s ability to control costs and increase profitability; entity`s ability to withhold revenue from acquired client accounts and improve performance