As the Michigan credit union delegation returns from another successful trip to Washington to meet with lawmakers and unite with other industry leaders, the need to keep the momentum going and join ranks is underway to gather attendees for the MCUL & Affiliates GAC.
Credit union advocates will head to Lansing for the GAC, at the House Office Building and the Radisson Hotel, April 9-10, for updates on league initiatives, a legislative luncheon, networking time with House and Senate Financial Institution Committee members, panel discussions and more.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is scheduled to speak on the topic of foreclosures and fraud, and Richard Gose, CUNA senior vice president of political affairs, is slated to give a presentation on grassroots advocacy.
Hotel rooms are being held at the Radisson at a negotiated rate until March 18 and attendees are encouraged to book accommodations and register soon. To view the complete agenda and learn more, click here.