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Credit unions renew contracts

JACKSON and BILOXI — Credit Union 24, the national credit union-owned ATM and point-of-sale (POS) network, announced today that 17 credit unions have renewed contracts with the network during Q2 2009, representing more than $3.4 billion in assets with more than 360,000 members.  A total of 29 credit unions have renewed to date in 2009, with 21 new credit unions joining the network during that same time period.

In Mississippi, credit unions renewing with Credit Union 24 are Credit Union South in Biloxi and Hope Community FCU and MBHS FCU, both of Jackson.

Jim Park, president and CEO of Credit Union 24, said, “Our partnerships with these credit unions have developed customized solutions that have directly addressed the needs of credit union members, and we look forward to continuing to work with these exceptional financial institutions in the years to come.”


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