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Discounted Registration for NWCUA Convention Available Through Sept. 14

Credit unions can save money by registering for Convention by Sept. 14. Discounts for early registration are available not only for the full three-day package, but for one-day passes, guest registration and small credit union sponsorship as well.

Credit union professionals in the Northwest have a limited-time opportunity for discounted registration for the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) 2012 Convention and Annual Business Meeting, the region’s premier gathering of leaders in the movement.

Until Friday, Sept. 14, full registration for Convention, scheduled for Oct. 2-4 in Vancouver, Wash., is available for $325, down from the full price of $360. One-day passes for either Wednesday or Thursday are both available for $195 until the early registration deadline, and guest or spouse registrations can be purchased at a discounted price of $169.

The CUNA Management School Alumni Networking Breakfast also comes with an early-registration discount until Sept. 14, as does the “Sponsor a Small Credit Union” program.

This year’s Convention boasts an array of speakers and presenters as innovative and thought-provoking as the Northwest credit union community itself. Keynote speakers include Neil Goldman, senior partner of Goldman Consulting & Strategy, Inc.; Arnold Kuijpers, director of corporate affairs for Rabobank Nederland; and Jeff Russell, who serves as senior advisor for The Members Group, president and CEO of TMG Financial Services, and chief strategy officer for Affiliates Management Company. More details on all three speakers and their sessions can now be found online.

Complete registration information can be found online, along with the full agenda, details about speakers, presenters, sessions and networking opportunities, and information about participating in the tradeshow.

 

Questions? Contact Training Programs Coordinator Yuri Jung: 206.340.4817, yjung@nwcua.org.

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