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Nearly 30 press outlets cover CUNA holiday poll
WASHINGTON (11/20/07)--Nearly 30 media outlets covered yesterday's Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and Consumer Federation of American (CFA) press conference to learn the findings of the groups' eighth annual Holiday Spending Survey.
Click to view larger image Nearly 30 media outlets covered the Monday's event in dowtown Washington, D.C. Among them: ABC TV, NBC TV, CBS News, Bloomberg, FOX News, FOX Business Television, ABC Radio, Reuters, CNN, Dow Jones, MarketWatch, and U.S. News & World Report. (Photo provided by CUNA)
The event was held at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Among the television, cable and radio networks, and newspaper groups that attended or covered the press conference: CUNA's Mark Wolff, senior vice president of communications, said the event with CFA--particularly with the advice about controlling holiday debt and consumer spending tips--has become another way to show credit unions are a trustworthy resource for the nation's consumers. Use the link below to read more details about the eighth annual CUNA/CFA holiday survey.


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