Credit Union Times Magazine September-03, 2008

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  • Lansing Rehab Building Will Become CU Branch

    LANSING, Mich. -- NuUnion Credit Union will have a part in a Michigan Economic Development Corp.'s statewide initiative to help 15 companies grow, create and retain 9,495 new jobs and generate more than $658 million in new investments.

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  • Homes for Our Troops: Generous and Genius

    CUNA, the Colorado league and participating credit unions hit the ball out of the park with its Homes for Our Troops project. It was such a simple idea that must have been unbelievably complicated to execute but is bound to pay beaucoup dividends.

Staking Out the Stats

  • Staking Out the Stats

    HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Callahan & Associates has released the latest credit union auto lending data. For total outstanding balances Callahan & Associates said, "Annual auto loan growth is slowing, although balances increased in the second quarter. Credit unions did, however, pick up momentum when compared to other financial institutions in...

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  • DONATIONS

    AmeriCU Credit Union, Rome, N.Y., presented a check for $8,500 to the Warriors in Transition Unit at Fort Drum. AmeriCU staff raised the funds by hosting raffles, selling hot dogs, displaying fish bowl donation drops in the branches and offering a skip-a-pay program and receiving a grant of $1,500 by...

  • CUs Need the Whole Package to Serve Gen Y

    Credit unions are struggling to uncover what Generation Y wants and needs, and the Filene Research Institute has released a report that can help.

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