West Coast Credit Union Groups See Strength in Numbers

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After collaborating on a networking event, credit union associations in the Pacific Northwest realized there was growth opportunity in teaming up with their counterparts in Idaho. The Northwest Credit Union Association and the Idaho Credit Union League (ICUL) recently inked a three-year agreement to cohost an annual convention while simultaneously holding membership meetings—though in different locations. Idaho has a lot of credit union growth happening right now.

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West Coast Credit Union Groups See Strength in Numbers

Associations Now

After collaborating on a networking event, credit union associations in the Pacific Northwest realized there was growth opportunity in teaming up with their counterparts in Idaho. The Northwest Credit Union Association and the Idaho Credit Union League (ICUL) recently inked a three-year agreement to cohost an annual convention while simultaneously holding membership meetings—though in different locations. Idaho has a lot of credit union growth happening right now.

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