Journal Subscribers To Receive Significant New Resource

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A subscription to The Credit Union Journal is about to become a whole lot more valuable.

Effective July 28, subscribers to The Credit Union Journal will have a tremendous new resource available to them. That's when The Journal will pull back the curtains on an enhanced website at that will deliver to subscribers far deeper resources than have ever been available before to credit union leaders.

There is no additional cost to subscribers for the new service.

The Credit Union Journal's website is already acclaimed as the first place to turn to for breaking news and analysis and for fresh, concise reporting on developments within the credit union community. Now the site will also put at the fingertips of subscribers all of the news content published in the print edition of The Journal every week.

"As all the phone calls and e-mails to The Credit Union Journal's offices make clear, credit union executives are constantly seeking ideas and strategies to grow their operations," said Credit Union Journal Publisher Frank J. Diekmann. "In many cases, an obstacle or challenge facing one credit union has been met and surmounted by another. Subscribers can now readily access the literally thousands of stories The Credit Union Journal has reported on a broad range of issues. This dramatically enhances the value of a subscription to The Journal."

The Journal's new website will include a searchable database of news stories that will be updated every week, and which initially will include all news content from the print edition going back as far as January of 2004.

Additionally it will continue to have a searchable archive of the shorter news items that are updated each day.

This enhanced online resource will be available only to paid subscribers to The Credit Union Journal. But we are also making a very special offer to readers who are currently receiving the publication as part of a trial subscription by providing two weeks' of free access so you can see for yourself how valuable has become.

When visiting for the first time after July 28, readers will need only to enter the code that appears above their name on the front page mailing label (it begins "CUJ"). From there the easy-to-follow instructions make the rest of the process a snap.

Not a subscriber to The Credit Union Journal? For just $119 a year, or $2.29 a week, you can sign up online and begin receiving:

* 51 weekly print editions of The Credit Union Journal delivered to your home or office;

* unlimited online access to all current and archived articles;

* the free Daily Briefing e-mail that delivers the top news, headlines and summaries directly to your inbox every day;

* special reports examining all aspects of credit union operations from ALM to credit cards to facilities to membership growth promotion, technology and more.

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