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The rebound in auto sales presents opportunities for credit unions. Find out more in this preview from our July 25 print edition.
Credit union vehicle loans outstanding have dropped 2.2% so far in 2012 but lending activity is still higher than it was a year ago.
Pent-up consumer demand and greater access to credit are among the factors fueling vehicle sales these days.
Credit unions have always been known for a keen awareness of the unique needs of their members.