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LAS VEGAS — Local car dealerships here have caught on to Members Auto Brokerage and some may not appreciate how it might be cutting into their profit margins.

The CUSO, a wholly-owned subsidiary of $560 million Clark County Credit Union, is a vehicle brokerage company that locates new and used vehicles for members. It offers one-stop shopping for the vehicle, including extended warranties and financing. MAB averages about 60 cars sold each month and brings in roughly $200,000 in net income each year, said Wayne Tew, CCCU president/CEO. In 2006, MAB added six new employees to keep up with the demand and this year, the CUSO has planned an ambitious goal of selling 200 cars a month.

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