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Millennials have captivated the attention of many industries — including credit unions — that are interested in attracting young members and modernizing their brands. But with the oldest close to turning 40 and the youngest graduating from college or already in the workforce, interest is beginning to shift toward what some say is an even bigger prospect: Gen Z.

Tina Orem

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