Enterprise Car Sales Drives $435 Million in Credit Union Loans

Last year, Enterprise Car Sales generated a record $435 million in auto loans for credit unions throughout the U.S. This marks an increase of more than 12% over 2012 loan volume, with more than 26,000 loans offered through Enterprise’s credit union partners last year, says Enterprise.

The relationship between Enterprise Car Sales and credit unions has helped credit union members purchase quality used vehicles for more than 30 years. In fact, Enterprise Car Sales has helped generate almost $10 billion in loan volume overall for more than a thousand credit unions nationwide, according to the company.

By partnering with Enterprise Car Sales, credit unions can provide members access to Enterprise’s signature customer service and co-op promotional offers exclusively for credit union members.

“Credit unions are natural business partners because we share many of the same values,” said Beth Wheeler, corporate director of business development for Enterprise Car Sales. “We are both driven to provide customers the best service possible, with a commitment to the communities in which we work and live.”

Enterprise Car Sales has more than 125 U.S. locations. For more information, visit www.enterprisecarsales.com/perfectpartnership

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