Credit Union Roundtable Airs This Sunday
Show runs a week earlier to mark Memorial Day Observance
Credit Union Roundtable, the monthly interview program presented by the Better Values – Better Banking consumer awareness campaign and sponsored through the generosity of CCUA’s member credit unions will hit the radio airwaves this Sunday, a week earlier than it’s usual “last Sunday of the month” appearance.
“In observance of Memorial Day, we wanted to honor America’s war heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice,” said Walt Laskos, CCUA’s SVP of Strategic Communications and host of the hourlong presentation. “To help us in that quest, we invited the CEOs of our association’s three-member credit unions serving the military to share their reflections on the meaning of Memorial Day, and by moving the program to air this holiday weekend, our message as a credit union family will be most timely and appropriate.”
While the May edition of Credit Union Roundtable will air on a number of radio stations this Sunday, it has already been distributed across a wide variety of podcast platforms in addition to the Better Values – Better Banking website, where it and all previous episodes of the show can be accessed, including the airtimes and radio stations that carry the show as well as podcast providers.
The May edition features an interview with Rhode Island Lt. Governor Dan McKee who discusses his 2020 Entrepreneurship Challenge, along with Sree Dasari, Founder & CEO of Vadati and a winner in the 2018 Challenge.
Freedom Credit Union President & CEO Glenn Welch shares his credit union's up- close and personal story of serving members and supporting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
And in its special tribute, “Honoring the Fallen,” Chaz Rzewnicki, President/CEO of Dover Federal Credit Union in Dover, DE; David Sprague, President/CEO of Hanscom Federal Credit Union in Littleton, Mass.; and David Araujo, President/CEO of Service Credit Union in Portsmouth, NH, each share their personal thoughts on the meaning of Memorial Day.
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