Advocacy on track at Churchill Downs

Published by: Sean Brown

April 17, 2024 | Government Affairs

Ohioans and communities are best served when credit unions and regulators work together to cultivate a financial services industry that puts people first. That is why the Ohio Credit Union League, Tennessee Credit Union League, and Kentucky’s Credit Unions are partnering with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati to host federal policymakers for a day of discussion, collaboration, and insight at horse racing’s most famous track. A welcome reception will be held Thursday, June 6, at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, followed by a day of keynote speakers and prime access to racing. Special event room rates are available for those traveling from out of town. It is important to get out of the gates quickly as space is limited, and registration is free of charge. Details regarding the agenda, travel, and more can be found here.

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