Betting on credit unions is always a win

Published by: Sean Brown

June 12, 2024 | Political Action

Advocacy is a dish best served in person, but that does not always mean it has to be done at the statehouse or the Capital. This time, a group of Ohio credit union leaders joined their counterparts from Kentucky and Tennessee at Advocacy on Track at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. There, over 170 passionate credit union leaders connected with NCUA Board Member Tanya Otsuka, as well as Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH), Congressman John Rose (R-TN), and Congressman Andy Barr (R-KY). These decision-makers highlighted the importance of data security, financial service optionality, and the credit union difference.

If you could not join us at Churchill Downs, be sure to check out this year’s Hike the Hill opportunity to advocate for your members in D.C.

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