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California, Nevada Leagues Renew Partnership With Harland Clarke
ONTARIO, Calif. (6/4/13)--The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues recently renewed their partnership with Harland Clarke for member credit unions in the two states.

Harland Clarke is a CUNA Strategic Services provider that provides checks and related products to credit unions.

"We renewed our partnership with Harland Clarke because of its reputation as a best-in-class provider continues to make it the best option to help our member credit unions strengthen relationships with their members, while at the same time controlling costs, and increase marketing return on investment," said Tonja Wheatley, leagues vice president of credit union solutions.

In addition to checks and related products, Harland Clarke also will offer league members a suite of comprehensive marketing solutions, including Harland Clarke's Shopper Alert and Card@Once.

Shopper Alert notifies a credit union when a member is shopping for a new loan, allowing the credit union to offer a credit-screened, pre-approved loan by phone, mail or e-mail. The Shopper Alert service also eliminates account holders who do not qualify, based on a credit union's underwriting criteria.

Harland Clarke's popular Card@Once product allows credit union staff to produce and distribute onsite, personalized cards to members, allowing immediate activation.
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