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LAS VEGAS — Robert Redford’s character deciding to fight off a band of unknowns rather than jump off a mountain cliff into a stream may provide credit unions with an example of how embracing the unknown can be a good thing.

NACUSO President/CEO Tom Davis used the iconic scene from “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” to drive home that point at the association’s annual meeting this morning. Redford’s character grudgingly admitted to not being able to swim before going with his instincts and making the leap. Davis discussed how finding out what the “other guys” are doing to create a competitive advantage can be useful.

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