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Incentive added for Online Discovery Conference
MADISON, Wis. (9/29/10)--CUNA Mutual Group has added an incentive to credit unions who attend its free Online Discovery Conference Nov. 3. Conference registration is open. One credit union will win a $5,000 Discovery grant for attending. Points will be awarded based on how fully attendees participate in the conference, including chat rooms, Webinars, exhibit hall booth visits and documents viewed. The attendee who earns the most points will be declared the winner on Nov. 4. Other prizes also will be awarded in the Discovery Expo Center, the trade show component of the conference. Included are a personalized on-site Health Care Reform consultation for a credit union, an iPad, Ipod Touch 32G, a Kindle 3G wireless e-reading device, a one-year subscription to the CUNA Mutual Group Compliance Journal and a $250 TicketMaster gift certificate. Online Discovery is the Web-based equivalent of a face-to-face conference without the associated expenses or time away from the office. Estimated at a $250 value, Virtual Discovery Conference is free in celebration of CUNA Mutual’s 75th anniversary. The event is designed for CEOs and senior leadership teams of credit unions. However, credit union and league employees can attend. For more information, use the link.
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