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Idaho shared branching gains momentum
LAKEWOOD, Colo. (3/25/09)--Eight Idaho credit unions, with 39 branch locations, will offer shared branching in a strategic move to expand their services, according to Credit Union Service Network (CUSN). Three added in February include Le Bois FCU, Garden City; East Idaho CU, Idaho Falls; and Lewis Clark CU, Lewiston. In October 2004, CUSN signed a marketing agreement with the Idaho Credit Union League to offer shared branching to credit unions in the state. It was the first opportunity for major expansion of shared branching in Idaho that would serve members in rural and underserved areas. CUSN is a shared branching network serving more than 94 credit unions in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming.


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