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CUNA Councils reaches milestone of 6,000 total members
MADISON, Wis. (7/11/14)--The Credit Union National Association's nationwide organization for credit union executives--CUNA Councils--has reached the 6,000-member milestone.
 
"That's 6,000 credit union leaders collaborating and sharing insights, and 6,000 credit union leaders working together to drive the movement forward," said Jill Tomalin, CUNA executive vice president/chief operating officer. "If you're not already a Council member, connecting with this ever-growing community of credit union peers is something that will benefit you both professionally and personally."
 
Members have access to cooperative peer resources and experienced advice through the CFO Council; HR/TD Council; Lending Council; Marketing and Business Development Council; Operations, Sales and Service Council; and Technology Council.
 
The celebration and nationwide prize giveaway runs through Aug. 29. There are six ways to enter and six prizes, including a grand prize valued at up to $2,670. In the spirit of paying it forward, for each new member who joins by Aug. 29, the Councils will donate $6 to the National Credit Union Foundation.
 
Use the resource links for more information about CUNA Councils and to join the 6,000-member celebration.
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