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CO-OP offers scholarships to CUNA communitygrowth conference
MADISON, Wis. (7/24/12)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is partnering with CO-OP Financial Services to award 18 scholarships to attendees of CUNA's 2012 Community Credit Union & Growth Conference, Oct. 23-26 in Denver. The application deadline for scholarships is Sept. 7.

This is the third consecutive year that CO-OP Financial Services is sponsoring scholarships to the conference.

The 2012 Community Credit Union & Growth Conference will focus on how to turn growth-generating ideas into concrete action plans. The conference also hosts CUNA's 2012 Community Credit Union of the Year Award, which honors community credit unions that best exemplify the principles of the credit union movement.

"Through CO-OP Financial Services' generous sponsorship, we will be able to expand our audience at this CUNA signature event," said Todd Spiczenski, CUNA Center for Professional Development vice president.

"CO-OP Financial Services is partnering again with CUNA on this event because we know this conference consistently offers a top-notch speaker line-up, highly relevant breakout sessions and tools for credit unions to bring creative ideas to life," said Stan Hollen, President/CEO, CO-OP Financial Services. "Supporting participation at this event is a strong fit with our commitment to help credit unions prosper and bring innovative ideas into practice."
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