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ColoradoWyoming association in new headquarters
DENVER (8/26/08)--The Credit Union Associations of Colorado (CUAC) and Wyoming (CUAW) have officially moved into the Capitol Hill neighborhood in downtown Denver.
Click to view larger image John Dill, president/CEO of the Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming, and Pat Sterner cut the ribbon on the new Sterner Center, named for Bill Sterner, who died earlier this year. (Photos provided by the Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming)
The associations hosted a grand opening Aug. 19, with more than 200 people attending. The fully renovated 1929 historic building is four blocks from the Colorado Capitol. Festivities included a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the building's new 3,500 square foot education and training center, named posthumously The Sterner Center after former CUAC Board Chairman Bill Sterner. "The building's strategic location allows us to be close to our elected officials and able to easily brand credit unions as the preferred financial service provider in our two states,” said John Dill, president/CEO of the associations. "The 23,000-square foot, state-of-the-art facility is what credit unions have come to expect from their state-wide trade associations." He noted the associations looked forward to hosting VIPs and other credit union leaders at the facility during this week's Democratic National Convention. The building is owned by Credit Union Strategic Partners (CUSP),
Click to view larger image Pat Sterner addresses the crowd at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Sterner Center, named for her late husband, Bill Sterner, former Credit Union Association of Colorado board chairman. The learning center is located at the new headquarters of the Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming.
the league service corporation for Colorado and Wyoming. "The new building increases the visibility of the credit union movement and supports our advocacy efforts,” said Dill. “Even though our staff works here, the facility is owned by and belongs to our members--the credit unions of Colorado and Wyoming.” Among those attending the ceremony were Pat Sterner and family; Sen. Ted Harvey; Rep. Jim Kerr; Sean Conway, chief of staff for Sen. Wayne Allard; Rep. Mary Hodge; State Security Commissioner Fred Joseph; Rep. Anne McGihon; Colorado Financial Services Commissioner Chris Myklebust; Rep. Ken Summers; Sen. Dan Gibbs; Councilman Charlie Brown; Greenwood Village Mayor Ron Rakowski; and representatives from U.S. Reps Ed Perlmutter and John Salazar’s offices.

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