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Michigan league relocates expands Lansing presence
LANSING, Mich. (11/25/08)--The Michigan Credit Union League (MCUL) and its subsidiaries, CUcorp and CU Village, are changing facilities. The league is downsizing its headquarters in Northville Township through a building swap with Detroit Edison CU. Detroit Edison brought the 52,000 square-foot facility from the league. CUcorp and CU Village and select administrative staff took over the former Detroit Edison property in Livonia Friday. That building has 14,000 square feet. The trade will allow MCUL to move its headquarters to a new Lansing location at 101 S. Washington Square, Suite 900, by the first of the year. The new 8,700-square-foot location downtown includes the naming rights on the building. The league will now have 20 jobs based in Lansing. "The facility changes will save the MCUL and its subsidiaries about $250,000 per year," said league President/CEO David Adams. "The new headquarters is part of a long-term plan to enhance our presence in Lansing that will add to the grassroots lobbying the MCUL has already established in the state's capital. The moves also will ensure long-term operating-cost control," he said. The Lansing headquarters will house Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, Public Affairs, Education and CU Relations. All league/CUcorp and CU Village phone numbers, e-mail addresses and fax numbers will remain the same.


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