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D. Hilton Wins Local ADDY Awards

THE WOODLANDS, Texas-The Houston Advertising Federation has presented the marketing and advertising group of D. Hilton Associates with a 2004 Silver ADDY Award and five Citations of Excellence for outstanding creative work. An image ad for Postal Federal Community Credit Union was awarded the Silver ADDY in the Trade Publication Category. The materials that received Citations of Excellence were: California Credit Union's service brochures in the Collateral Material Category and direct mail in the Direct Marketing Category; and three online banking campaigns for SRP Credit Union in the Direct Response/Connective Media, Direct Marketing, and Collateral Material Categories.

For info: Terry Puster (ext. 145) at 1.800.367.0433 or terry@dhilton.com.

SEG Relationship Guide Released

LAKEWOOD, N.J.-CUVA has released a new guide for credit unions that "lists the six vital concepts regarding building and maintaining relationships with SEGs. Credit unions can get the full guide at no cost by sending a blank e-mail to segguide@cuva.ser1.netatlantic.com.

Georgia Central Plans Seminars

DULUTH, Ga.-Georgia Central Credit Union will host investment and liquidity seminars between April 15-23. Georgia Central's Chief Investment Officer, Cory Johnston, will address issues such as how credit unions should prepare for the changing economic climate; what changes need to be made to credit unions' portfolios; and which liquidity and investment products are suitable for credit unions. Others will also speak, with half-day sessions in Albany, Rome and Savannah, and extended sessions in Atlanta, Augusta, Brunswick and Columbus. For info: Kristen Patton at 770-476-9704, ext. 303 or kristenp@gacentral.org. Online registration is available at www.gacentral.org.

VolCorp Hits New Asset Record

NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Volunteer Corporate Credit Union said it has hit a new asset record, reaching $1.41 billion at the end of February. The asset figure is a 23% increase over February of 2003. "We attribute our continued growth to the very competitive interest rates we are paying our members and the continued success of our member credit unions," according to Bruce Fahnestock, president/CEO for VolCorp, which serves 273 credit unions.

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