The Cooperative Credit Union Association announced this week itsmember credit unions in Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire andRhode Island will receive a 7.5% rebate on their 2016 dues.

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The dues rebate averages to just under $1,000 per credit unionmember, Association President Paul Gentile said.

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“Our members robustly utilized the association's offerings in2016 and helped drive our successful year,” Association Board Chair Bernie Winne, said, whois president/CEO of the $251 million Boston Firefighters CreditUnion in Dorchester, Mass. “The board unanimously supported thisdues rebate as just one more way we return value back to themembership.”

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Association members can have the dues rebate check mailed tothem, donate their rebate to the social responsibility cause intheir state, contribute the rebate to the Better Values-BetterBanking campaign for the credit union's state, or split the rebatebetween the social responsibility cause and the BetterValues-Better Banking campaign.

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Nearly 200 credit unions are members of the Cooperative Credit Union Association based inMarlborough, Mass.

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