Association Partners With Autoland as Its Preferred Car-Buying Partner
April 21, 2011
April 21, 2011
The Association has partnered with Autoland, Inc. to help Washington and Oregon area credit unions increase their loan volume and help members who wish to bypass the hassle of car-buying.
Founded in 1971, the California-based company is the largest provider of auto purchase and financing service to credit unions and affinity groups. It provides service to credit unions in 17 states across the country including Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and Florida.
“After an extensive due-diligence process, we chose Autoland as a business partner because the company is well positioned to drive loan growth,” said SVP Roxanne Kruger. “They offer excellent technology for our credit unions and convenience to credit union members.”
Autoland offers a number of valuable services to credit unions including research, find, and negotiate the price of a car for its customers. It also takes care of trade-ins and coordinates the loan either directly through the credit union or an indirect channel such as CUDL. As a finishing touch, Autoland will deliver the car to the member’s home, work, or nearest credit union branch.
“We are an excellent solutions provider for credit unions looking to protect their auto loan volume, minimize risk and to enhance their member service,” said Jeff Martin, Autoland president. “For members, we are a one-stop shop, providing information on all makes and models of vehicles—both new and used—and helping them through the entire auto-buying process.”
The Association is organizing Lunch & Learn sessions around the region. More information will follow.
For more information about Autoland and the informational sessions, contact Sales & Marketing Associate Craig Reed: 206.340.4789, email@example.com.
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