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Compliance Enter your photo to win
WASHINGTON (7/30/12)—Want to get away? Credit union compliance-types that have tried in vain to escape the office during their summer breaks can enter their best photos of people, places or things that have reminded them of work while on vacation to the Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) new summer Comp Blog contest.

CUNA's Kathy Thompson poses before a sculpture that some might say looks suspiciously similar to the CUNA logo. (CUNA Photo)
This summer's contest asks Comp Blog readers to send a "vacation" photo, and explain why that photo reminded you of something work related.

"As used by compliance people, a 'vacation' is defined as anything that occurs outside of nine-to-five, Monday through Friday, since compliance people never really sleep or vacation," CUNA Senior Vice President for Compliance Kathy Thompson explained.

The photos can be old or new, but they must include an explanation or caption of why the photo relates to the office, regulations, or other work matters.

Any photo that makes CUNA's compliance team laugh will win… a coveted, priceless prize. And a "Compliance Rules!!!" pin.

The contest will end on Aug. 22.


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