One of the most wonderful aspects of the technology age is the ability to share information in real time. Advocates celebrated the credit union difference on social media during the first day of the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) Monday.
Among the social media highlights:
Ignite, inspire and respond. Financial well-being is not a one-size fits all. Do you really understand who your members are? Today? In 5 years? In 15 years? @NCUFoundation #CUNAGAC #cudifference pic.twitter.com/XZmQ0djbrt— Sarah Jo Brenner (@Sarah_Brenner) February 24, 2020
Booth 102 @CUNA GAC was the place to be today!!! Stop by tomorrow for your last chance to have your photo taken at the desk from the first credit union office in the US #myACUM pic.twitter.com/utQ7hhmAUC— America's CU Museum (@ACUMuseum) February 24, 2020
Great to be at #CUNAGAC with @securityplusfcu's Courtney Scott and US Senate FCU's Morgan Middleton, young professionals representing Maryland & DC & the future of #creditunions @thecooptrust #CrashtheGAC20 #CUdifference pic.twitter.com/48CLjYphSr— MD|DC CUA (@MDDCCUA) February 24, 2020
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