Posted May 14th, 2013 No Comments
Beyond the Road Protection and Savings for Your Members

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Get great incentives for your credit union!

Credit Union Auto Club is the newest Invest in America program created exclusively for credit union members to help them save on a wide range of roadside assistance services and other travel benefits.

Credit Union Auto Club Benefits

For Members:

  • Emergency Roadside Assistance
  • Emergency Ambulance Expense
  • Emergency Tow and/or Extrication
  • Emergency Travel Expense
  • Emergency Lockout
  • Traffic Court Defense
  • Fuel Delivery Service
  • Legal Fees Related to Traffic Accident
  • Flat Tire Repair Reimbursement


For Credit Unions:

  • Earn at least $5 per Membership
  • FREE Turnkey Marketing Materials
  • Cross-sell with Core Products & Services
  • Offering Members Value-added Benefit

 

Please visit the Credit Union Auto Club Invest in America Partner Offers page in the Partner Center at www.LoveMyCreditUnion.org/CreditUnionAutoClub  to enroll your credit union and for complete marketing requirements.

As an enrolled credit union, you will have access to FREE turnkey marketing materials. Your credit union can also take advantage of the program as a value-added offering when closing auto loans and as an incentive to your members for using other core products and services.

*Current plan pricing and marketing reimbursements are for the pilot program. Final plan pricing and marketing reimbursement is subject to change based on results and market intelligence obtained during the pilot program.

If you’d like to learn more about the Credit Union Auto Club program, sign up for an informational webinar  May 15th, May 22nd, May 29th, and held every week thereafter at 1:00 p.m. CST. To attend these Webinars, please email IIAcreditunionautoclub@cusolutionsgroup.com and log-in information will be provided.

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