Upstate N.Y. Bank Starts Program to Help Locals Afford Cars

Browdie, Brian
April 2013
American Banker;4/1/2013, Vol. 178 Issue 49, p7
Trade Publication
The article mentions Generations Bank in Seneca Falls, New York started the Affordable Transportation Program for low-income residents in the Finger Lakes region. The article notes how the bank's chief executive officer Menzo Case came up with the idea to offer automobile loans to eligible applicants who are screened by the county's workforce development office. It also mentions Renee Hance who is in the county's workforce program and purchased a car from Eagle Auto Center.


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