Dealers, CUs Talk Shop

October 2011
Credit Union Journal;10/3/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 38, p1
Trade Publication
Information on the Credit Union (CU) Direct Lending Conference held in Elgin, Illinois on October 2011 is presented. Topics include the relationship of automobile dealers and CUs, the attitude of customers concerning CUs according to their age range, and the preferred type of communications of the dealers. The conference featured several automobile dealers including Paul McCarthy, Paul Green, and Doug Michelson.


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