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MnCUN V.I.P. adds 22 participants for 2014
ST. PAUL, Minn. (2/5/14)--The Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) added 22 participants to its Vendor Involvement Program (V.I.P.) for 2014.
 
Designed to optimize business relationships with Minnesota's credit unions, V.I.P. combines advertising with exclusive benefits at MnCUN's major conferences, as well as speaking engagements and opportunities to participate in new MnCUN initiatives.
 
V.I.P. was created in 2005 to provide service organizations that are committed to serving credit unions with an opportunity to work with MnCUN and increase brand visibility. Participants include:
  • CUNA Mutual Group;
  • Alloya Corporate FCU;
  • American Deposit Management Co.;
  • AmeriCU Mortgage;
  • Bullseye Collection Agency;
  • CliftonLarsonAllen;
  • CO-OP Financial Services;
  • CU Companies;
  • CUDL;
  • DAYTA Marketing; 
  • Emergent Networks;
  • First Class Mortgage;
  • FIS;
  • The League Service Corp.;
  • Locknet IT Solutions;
  • LSS Financial Counseling;
  • Minnesota Housing Finance Agency;
  • MnCUSC Shared Branching;
  • MnIPC;
  • Murnane Brandt, P.A.;
  • Repossessors Inc.; and
  • Wipfli.


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