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CU System brief (10/19/2009)
* WICHITA, Kan. (10/20/09)--Credit Union of America, Kansas’ second-largest credit union, plans to open three new branches by the end of 2010. The openings will cost the credit union more than $2 million (Wichita Business Journal Oct. 15 and The Wichita Eagle Oct. 16). The credit union also plans to open a student-run branch Oct. 27 at a local high school that will be open for about two hours per day due to students’ schedules. The three new branches will bring the credit union’s branch network to 11, and create about a dozen jobs in the area. Strong member, loan and deposit growth over the past few years has allowed the credit union to expand despite a struggling local and national economy, Credit Union of America President Bob Thurman told The Wichita Eagle ...


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