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NVLA Launches New Lifeline E-Newsletter

June 12, 2008

ALEXANDRIA, VAThe National Vehicle Leasing Association has launched an updated version of Lifeline, the association’s electronic newsletter.

Lifeline, sent bimonthly, is the source for NVLA member news and chapter updates. The new electronic format features easy navigation with live links and expanded association news.

The newsletter will be sent twice a month and is open to non-NVLA members. Click here to view current news and to sign up to receive Lifeline.

The National Vehicle Leasing Association is a member-based organization representing many facets of the vehicle leasing industry, from automobile dealerships to independent vehicle leasing companies, to banks and suppliers.

The NVLA's members, officers and directors are the voice of the vehicle leasing industry.

The NVLA hosts educational programs and annual conferences, produces informative publications and represents the vehicle leasing industry through legislative advocacy.

Send news items for Lifeline consideration to Chris Brown at 310-533-2499 or e-mail [email protected].

For banner ad enquiries call Adam Kimber 310-533-4200 or e-mail [email protected].



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