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1st Partner

About Patriot Financing

Patriot Equipment Funding, LLC was started in honor of owner Drew Kabo's Grandfather, Harry Kabo. Harry loyally served in the Navy from 1942 until 1946. He wanted to serve his country so badly, he lied about his age, and enrolled at the age of 17. He was a Patriot until the day he died in 2019 at the age of 94.

We have been helping small businesses since 2008 to obtain the funding they need to purchase any type of equipment they need to grow the business.

Working through our Direct Lending channels, it allows us to lock in the lowest rate possible and obtain the program that works best for each customer and their needs.

2nd Partner

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Chiropractic Federal Credit Union (CFCU) offers a wide range of loan programs to help chiropractors who are just getting started and those looking to bring in new or updated equipment to their existing practices.

Loans are available to all eligible members; you don’t need to do all your banking with us to qualify.


We offer secured loans available to:

  • purchase chiropractic equipment (new or used models)
  • refinance higher-rate loans that you may have at other financial institutions


Did you know that CFCU was started by chiropractors to help other chiropractors with financial support? We are dedicated to supporting and growing the chiropractic profession. We value each and every one of our members, and work hard at developing ongoing long-term relationships.

easy equipment loans

And unlike banks, leasing companies and other lending institutions, our Member Service Representatives and Loan Officers are experienced in the special circumstances for equipment purchase in the chiropractic profession. This will simplify the loan process.


You can feel good knowing that your loan interest helps support others in the chiropractic profession, as well as contributes to CFCU’s chiropractic community outreach programs.


Use your certificate or savings as collateral for a low-rate loan. As your loan decreases, that amount becomes available to you in your account.