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Hike the Hill to Advocate for Credit Unions in Washington, D.C.

Make a difference as a credit union advocate! You can play a crucial role to help ensure lawmakers support the credit union industry by attending MCUL’s annual outreach events. There’s no greater place to hop aboard than the Hike the Hill grassroots lobbying trip.

This year’s Hike the Hill will take place Sept.r 26–27 in Washington, D.C. Participation is more important than ever as we enter an election year, and the event’s focus will be on critical issues such as regulatory burden, data breach liability and the credit union not-for-profit tax status.

Hike the Hill provides an excellent, low-cost opportunity to make an impact on federal legislative and regulatory policymakers during meetings and Capitol Hill visits. Plus, network with other credit union leaders at the Washington Nationals baseball game Tuesday night before the event!

Information on the hotel, scholarship opportunities and registration can be found on the Hike the Hill web page. More information will follow in the upcoming months. If you have any questions about this year’s Hike the Hill event, email Political Affairs Coordinator Kevin Gawronski.

Register Now for the MCUL Executive Summit

Credit union CEOs should now register for the MCUL & Affiliates Executive Summit, http://www.cvent.com/d/9gql5c?RefID=ES_mon Sept. 12–14 at The Inn at Bay Harbor near Petoskey, and then to join their board members for the Fall Leadership Development Conference, http://www.cvent.com/d/0gqxms?RefID=FLDC_Mon Sept. 14–16 at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. Both events often a variety of sessions for keeping credit union executives and volunteers well-informed on a variety of timely industry issues.

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2018-07-26 00:00:00