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CUNA Councils New look big presence at GAC
MADISON, Wis. (2/29/08)--The CUNA Councils will unveil their new look at the Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) March 2-6 in Washington, D.C., and also will sponsor a new kickoff event. The councils are sponsoring Sunday evening’s concert, where attendees can network and watch the band America perform. “The CUNA Councils chose to sponsor a major GAC event because we recognize the importance of encouraging all credit union professionals to be politically engaged and demonstrate the strength and power of America’s 90 million members,” said Nader Moghaddam, vice chair of the CUNA Council Forum.
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At the GAC, the councils also will unveil their updated logos, graphics and Web site features. “The new designs reflect the progressive growth and professional nature of the organization and provide a better visual linkage among the individual management disciplines, reinforcing the face that they’re part of a connected community of executives,” said David Rohn, CUNA Councils vice president. Nearly 5,000 executives make up the councils, which are focused on finance; human resources; training and development; lending; marketing and business development; operations, sales and service; and technology. For more information, use the link.
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