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'Unite for Good' celebrates one-year anniversary with enhanced website
WASHINGTON (3/3/14)--"Unite for Good," the vision for credit unions to be Americans' best financial partners, is one year old now. Credit Union National Association President/CEO Bill Cheney, who unveiled the vision at the association's 2013 Governmental Affairs Conference, says this year's GAC this past week--with a record number of attendees--made it evident that the credit union movement has embraced the "Unite for Good" initiative.
 
To mark the success, CUNA has enhanced the "Unite for Good" website (see resource link). Stories and photos are featured more prominently and will allow users to connect, share and comment directly from and to the site.
 
The site now has a "cooperate blog," which offers ideas and resources to help credit unions engage with "Unite for Good," and to back the movement's work to remove barriers, foster service excellence and create awareness.
 
The CUNA leader invites and encourages credit unions to visit the enhanced site and share their "Unite for Good" stories.
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