Hike the Hill: tell legislators that interchange works

Published by: Sean Brown

August 9, 2023 | Government Affairs

The Credit Card Competition Act of 2023 remains a potential threat to how your credit union serves its members. Help us combat retailer influence at the 2023 Hike the Hill Sept. 12-14 in Washington, D.C. This two-day trip is an important opportunity to tell decision-makers why the current interchange system works.

Join us and bring your stories of how the original Durbin Amendment negatively impacted your credit union and its members. Your credit union’s data and real-world examples will influence the fate of interchange legislation.

Whether you’re a veteran or new attendee, the Hike helps you strengthen your networking, policy acumen, and public speaking skills, while also bringing tangible information back to your credit union.

Registration is complimentary. Register before Aug. 18, secure your room at the Thompson Hotel, and reach out to Advocacy Coordinator Jamila Collins for assistance or questions.

We look forward to championing Ohio credit unions with you.

Contact Sean Brown for questions or assistance.

Sean Brown
Sean Brown Director, Regulatory Affairs E: sbrown@ohiocul.org
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