SunCorp Intro's New ID, Consolidates Offices

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The $2.5-billion SunCorp Corporate Credit Union has introduced a new corporate identity that will appear in all of its advertising materials. SunCorp said it chose the sun, its imagery and colors to represent the organization and its people. Amelie Company, Denver, designed each element. "2002 was a big year for SunCorp," said Eric Kenealy, President & CEO, SunCorp. "We've had our second successful merger and our presence is growing today through three regional offices in Denver, Salt Lake City and Omaha to better serve our members. Our look needed to reflect this change and convey to our members that they can count on us today more than ever."

Separately, SunCorp said it will consolidate in mid-February its Denver regional operations into a new office in the CirclePoint Corporate Center in Westminster, Colo. The new location will allow the corporate to bring together SunCorp's 70 Denver-area employees and item-processing activities into one central facility from the three currently being used. SunCorp will initially occupy 30,000 square feet of the new office space.

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