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There are only a few days left to submit photos for the 2019 Day in the Life of Credit Unions project.

Credit unions from around the world have already taken photos documenting their day-to-day operations. Now all you need to do is send them in. Select images will be included in CU Journal’s annual Day in the Life of Credit Unions slideshow, which will run on Oct. 17 in celebration of International Credit Union Day.

The photos can be anything that illustrates a day in the life of a credit union – everything from opening up the shop in the morning to member service, lunch breaks, end-of-day clean-up efforts, after-hours processes and more. If you can think of it and it happens during an average day at your credit union, we want to see it.

All photos are due by 11:59 P.M. on Monday. High-resolution snapshots can be sent to aaron.passman@sourcemedia.com with the subject line “A Day in the Life 2019.” Please also be sure to include basic information for the picture's caption, including:

  • Your credit union’s name
  • Where your CU is headquartered
  • Where the photo was taken
  • A brief explanation of what the photo depicts
  • Names and titles of those pictured

We’ll select some of the best submissions and run them as part of a special package planned for International CU Day.

The Day in the Life of Credit Unions project was conceived to highlight credit unions and all of the ways they help their members. Even though many credit unions will have special events happening in their branches on ICU Day, the real "magic" is in the credit union difference, which happens every single day.

For more information, please contact Aaron Passman at aaron.passman@sourcemedia.com or 785-979-4218.

Last year’s slideshow can be found here. We look forward to seeing credit unions from around the globe have for 2019.

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