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CUREs online service is a year old
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (2/10/10)--Credit Union Retired Executives (CURE) is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its online service that provides free and confidential advice to credit union professionals. The service connects CURE advisers--retired credit union executives--with credit union professionals who have questions about the credit union industry. CURE’s 26 advisers have answered more than 250 questions from credit union professionals nationwide. More than 10,000 visits to the service’s site, www.curetiredexecutives.com, were recorded during December, with more than 375,000 hits recorded in the first year. Executives volunteer their services and are “enthusiastic and happy to be able to help,” according to Holly Herman, CURE executive director. CURE is a resource that can provide customized, targeted advice that addresses credit union professionals’ real-world concerns, added Juri Valdov, CURE chairman and adviser. “It’s a way for retired executives to continue to use their knowledge and history,” he said. The service is available 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
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