Vehicle provides backup for disasters and spreads the message about credit unions in good times and bad.
Alabama and Florida credit unions see increases in assets, members and quality and quantity of loans.
LSCU scores big in international competition sponsored by Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals.
Visitors are participants in State Department's Professional Fellows Program.
Greater share of wallet, more business loans, fewer charge offs called signs of improving economy.
As several states make the transition away from paper vehicle titles to electronic lien and titles, at least one firm said it is experiencing the impact.
Possible tornadoes reported in coastal Alabama, Florida Panhandle but no reports of credit unions damaged.
After six years of stagnation and economic hardship, Florida is slowly coming out of the recession cocoon.
LSECU says its credit unions have a record number of members – 4.7 million in Florida and 1.83 million in Alabama.
New state law mandates end of printing paper titles on Jan. 1.