If you’ve been in credit unions long enough to remember when you wanted to get home from work in time to catch the latest episode of Frasier or Third Rock from the Sun, since at the time “on-demand” meant whatever DVD you might have handy, then you remember Ralph Swoboda’s time at CUNA.
What if? What if credit unions, instead of pushing back on one senator’s request that credit unions justify their tax exemption, credit unions leaned in? And with vigor!
If you’re a masochist and are looking to ruin a good conversation at the hotel bar one evening during the league meeting, ask someone about their credit union’s app.
It’s been one big swipe right lately between banks and credit unions as they go together hand in hand on long walks on the Washington beach to lobby for passage of a reg relief bill—but should credit unions have swiped left, instead?
In case you missed it, a story from a skateboarding legend, how quickly sand passes through life’s hourglass, and a great resource that many credit unions are missing out on (and it’s free!)
Sure, Ready Player One and Black Panther are popular in movie theaters, but down at the Credit Union Bijou it’s CUTomorrow: The Movie Preview that’s drawing crowds.
Get ready, because while you’re looking at that shiny object over there…
Before tackling this week’s interesting mix of items from CU Land, including CU-people-turned songwriters, how this year’s March Madness Cinderella was compared to a credit union, and what’s happening in mergers outside CUs, I want to thank Harland Clarke for becoming the latest company to sponsor CUToday.info’s CUTomorrow Conference.
Kayla Guerrero had never heard of Credit Unions for Kids, or even the Children’s Miracle Network for that matter.
We were practically sprinting down a stairway inside a hotel in San Francisco when we reached the point where the stairs pivot to turn 180 degrees in the other direction.