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INDIANAPOLIS — On a campaign to enlarge its Indiana profile under the CUSO umbrella, the $727 million Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union said this week it expects to add 15 CUs by yearend to an auto buying service as well as reach out to others in such areas as mortgages, marketing and legal advice.

“Based on our own track record, we feel we have something valuable to share with others through our CUSO,” said Lisa Schlehuber, the president/CEO of one of the nation’s most venerable single sponsor CUs.

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