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Building a Profitable Relationship with Your Local Credit Unions

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Many F&I managers have a prickly relationship with credit unions, for a variety of reasons. Yet it is possible to craft a solid, working — and yes, profitable — relationship with credit unions in your area. In this Webinar, you'll learn from your peers how it's done. Stop arm-wrestling with this growing group of lenders, and start making money.

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Speaker
Ralph Larson
Finance Director
Dick Hannah Dealerships
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Speaker
Richard Bellino
Finance Director
AutoFair Honda
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Speaker
Marci Francisco
Senior Director of Automotive Marketing and Business Development
CUDL
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Moderator
Jim Treece
Retail News Editor
Automotive News

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