World Wide Money Exchange opens upgraded units at Denver Airport

World Wide Money Exchange has operated at Denver since 1995

USA. Foreign exchange services provider World Wide Money Exchange has completed construction of three new locations at Denver International Airport.

World Wide Money Exchange trades in 85 different foreign currencies, provides international and domestic wires, traveller’s cheques, money orders, postage stamps and limited business services.

“International passenger traffic at Denver International Airport continues to grow, and the addition of these updated money exchange services will provide our global travellers with convenient locations to convert currency and acquire additional financial services before leaving Denver or upon arrival in the United States,” said Denver International Acting Director of Concessions Neil Maxfield.

World Wide Money Exchange has operated at Denver since the airport opened in 1995. The new stores, which replace three previous locations, are located inside the Jeppesen Terminal near international arrivals on level 5, and in the centres of concourses A and B.

“We are proud of our tradition of providing excellent service and an extensive variety of currencies to the travelling public, said Deborah Quintana, President and CEO of World Wide Money Exchange. “As Denver continues to grow as an international destination, our newly remodelled locations position us to better serve the increasing number of international travellers.”

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