Company supports veteran hiring in honor of Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11


Lancaster, Penn. – September 25, 2019 – Stephen Rotay, president and owner of Rotay Capital Finance in Lancaster and the company’s funding specialist Scott Charney, are both U.S. military veterans who utilize their extensive training in the United States Marine Corps and U.S. Army disciplines, respectively. They support military veteran hiring in honor of this year’s Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11 with the theme of Service. As a longtime, local businessman, resident and community advocate, Rotay served in the Marine Corps with a focus on an appreciation for order, pride and quality. He specializes in offering viable financing for small businesses as the core of the local, regional and national economy.

Since 2000, Rotay has owned and operated five top sales and award-winning restoration franchises in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, a recruiting company, and other businesses. He largely attributes his military service and experience to a highly successful career in sales while coaching and mentoring company owners in management skills and building customer relationships. Rotay has received recognition in the categories of 50 Fastest Growing Companies and Business of the Year, among others. He resides in West Lampeter Township with his family and regularly participates in community and networking clubs, and events.

Charney is a U.S. Army veteran, having served as an Intelligence Analyst within the National Security Agency (NSA).  He graduated from York College of Pennsylvania and credits he military service and highly specialized training to more than 30 years of experience building relationships and partnerships as a business development and brand strategy professional, including leading the development efforts of several marketing and advertising agencies in Central Pennsylvania. He is now responsible for business development and partner relations, providing comprehensive and flexible funding options for business.

Charney focuses on commercial real estate loans, construction, manufacturing, hospitality and equipment financing, and leasing.  He will also be helping businesses with working capital solutions, accounts receivable, purchase order financing, asset-based lending, and business acquisitions. He resides in Southwestern Lancaster County with his family and pets.

“Veterans are disciplined team players and can bolster any employer’s business as owners, and in management along with serving as outstanding team players. Hiring veterans is good for business,” said Rotay. “Specifically, veterans are trained to have an accelerated learning curve with a proven ability to learn new skills and concepts. They must be leaders and understand integrity, leadership, diversity, efficiency, technology and globalization, health and safety standards and fitness, and have the ability to triumph over adversity,” he said. “On a company level, their conscientiousness translates into holding great responsibility for employees, property, and materials with highly developed qualities of sincerity and trustworthiness.”

Rotay added, veterans contribute to American society in many ways, not just during their time in active duty. “Throughout our history, military service members have put on their uniforms to protect the values and liberties that this nation was built on, but that doesn’t stop once the uniform comes off and their time in active duty has ended,” he said. “Veterans take the lessons they’ve learned and the experiences they’ve gained and continue their service to our nation by strengthening our communities. They become our nation’s leaders, scientists, entrepreneurs.Service goes beyond the uniform and into business. This Veteran’s Day, we honor the men and women who have worn their uniform and who continue to serve our country in many ways.”

According to Rotay, his company benefits from military staff and training with small business owners who are seeking capital to operate, expand and work with customized financing solutions. He and Charney work with clients on specific goals and needs which must be identified to meet the needs of small, medium, and large sized businesses. Their broad portfolio of financial products can provide strong capital solutions, with attractive terms and rates in commercial real estate, equipment leasing in real estate, construction, mining and fracking, trucking, business acquisitions, aircraft and marine, among others. Working capital solutions and financing in sectors such as accounts receivable, purchase orders, and heavy equipment are also available. Also, establishing unsecured lines of credit, asset-based lending and financing, and bridge and hard money loans in hotels, franchising, and private equity financing are obtainable.