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Carvana Adds Market, Partners with Credit Union

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Carvana is expanding both its physical locations and its finance connections.
The used-car chain recently expanded into St. Louis, the company’s first market in the state of Missouri. It is Carvana’s 24th market overall.
Carvana has also partnered with Northwest Federal Credit Union (NWFCU), a Virginia-based credit union with more than $3.1 billion in assets. The partnership will provide a completely online vehicle financing and purchasing solution to NWFCU members.
To celebrate the partnership, Carvana and the Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation are giving away a car worth up to $15,000. The raffle will run from April 17 to June 11, and the winner will have the opportunity to choose a vehicle from Carvana’s inventory.

Last modified on Wednesday, 12 April 2017 23:16
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