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Priority One webinar set for Thursday

Priority One Financial Services will hold a webinar Thursday for members of the North American Trailer Dealers Association.

Priority One Financial Services dealer coordinator Lauren Ebner will hold a webinar Thursday for members of the North American Trailer Dealers Association.

The webinar, titled “Understanding the Similarities and Differences of Revolving Lines of Credit and Installment Loans,” will be held at 2 p.m. EDT.

“In today’s market, consumers want flexible financing options. In turn, dealerships need to make sure they are offering multiple packages,” the company said in a statement. “The two basic categories of lending are revolving lines of credit and installment loans.”

The webinar will teach attendees what financing options there are, and the key similarities and differences. They also will learn how to stay compliant with changing laws.

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