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CUSN honors CUs with shared-branching excellence
LAKEWOOD, Colo. (5/13/08)--Credit Union Service Network (CUSN) announced its list of honorees for its first annual Shared Branching Excellence (SBE) awards. The awards were presented during the CUSN 2008 Annual Meeting May 8 to:
* Community Choice CU, Commerce City, Colo., for the greatest issuer transaction growth. Commerce City grew 60%. It has $28.9 million in assets; * Spirit of America FCU, Lincoln, Neb., for the greatest acquirer of transaction growth. Spirit of America grew 124%. It has $25.7 million in assets; * White Crown FCU, Denver, for the largest ratio of annual issuer transactions to total members. White Crown had a ratio of 6.3. It has $46.5 million in assets; and * St. Vrain Valley CU, Longmont, Colo., for the best marketing campaign. St. Vrain has $71 million in assets.
Tom Evers, president/CEO of Premier Members FCU, Boulder, Colo., was presented with a Vision award for his commitment to the shared branching movement. He helped develop CUSN in 1991 and was chairman from 1995 to 2002.


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