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CU Student Choice partners with CFS
WASHINGTON (2/4/10)--Credit Union Student Choice, which provides turnkey private student lending services to credit unions, announced a strategic business partnership with Collegiate Funding Solutions (CFS), a provider of Web-based college funding solutions and college planning software for the financial services industry. The partnership will provide cross promotion by each organization and an integrated package to credit unions that offer both programs, according to Mike Weber, vice president of marketing for Credit Union Student Choice. This will result in new marketing channels and much-needed rationale and context for private student loans as part of a coordinated college-funding plan, he said. To introduce the sponsorship for credit unions, the two organizations will host informational webinars on Feb. 17 and Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. ET. For more information, use the resource link. Credit Union Student Choice, a credit union service organization, serves nearly 100 credit unions across the country.
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