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ACUC Announces Winner In Guess The Speaker Contest
MADISON, Wis. (6/14/13)--The winner of the 2013 America's Credit Union Conference (ACUC) Guess the Speaker contest is Sarah Brenner of University of Illinois Employees CU in eastern Illinois, said the Credit Union National Association.

For correctly guessing that revolutionary success expert, Adam Grant, as the fourth keynote speaker at this year's ACUC, Brenner will receive free admission to the conference.

"This is such an exciting time to be involved with the credit union movement," said Brenner on her victory. "I'm looking forward to connecting with people and seeing so many innovative thinkers."

The 2013 ACUC Guess the Speaker contest asked participants to submit their predictions for the conference's unannounced fourth speaker based on the four clues provided.

"We're pleased to provide this opportunity and know she'll make a contribution to this year's event," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development.

ACUC features the nation's best business innovators to deliver ideas for growth and the inspiration to drive positive change for credit union movement. At this year's conference, Brenner and other attendees will have access to an exciting line-up of keynote presenters, a packed agenda of breakout sessions and four days of networking opportunities to cultivate game-changing ideas, CUNA said.

For more information or to register for ACUC, use the link.
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