Take a hike, to the hill

Published by: Andrew Canan

July 28, 2021 | Government Affairs

With a brand-new administration and continuing economic challenges, reminding federal decision-makers about the importance of the cooperative model has never been more important, which is why we are excited to head back to Washington, D.C., for our annual Hike the Hill. Taking place Sept. 20-21, this quick, in-person visit to D.C. is your opportunity to speak on behalf of your credit union and its members to federal regulators and Congressional offices and share how the People Helping People philosophy is more important today than ever before. This year’s Hike might look a bit different due to ongoing District health guidance and Capitol security restrictions, but we are still excited to share the Credit Union difference and make an impact on the Movement with those important conversations. Join your League, CUNA, and Ohio CU peers by registering today.

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Andrew Canan
Andrew Canan Director, Political Affairs E: acanan@ohiocul.org
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