Membership drive puts AA back in the black
The AA has driven back into profit after the breakdown service said it has reversed a decline in falling membership numbers.
The group said pre-tax profits came in at £48 million for the first half of the year, compared with a £69 million loss in the same period last year.
AA said paid personal members grew in every month in the second quarter to 3.3 million, reversing a trend of falling numbers.
Chief executive Bob Mackenzie said: "We are extremely encouraged by the reversal of the decline in paid personal members over the last few months. The marketing strategy is achieving a... read more
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