September 22-24Waterfront Convention Center &Isle Casino HotelBettendorf, Iowa Join us for the 80th Annual Convention! Register on the members-only portion of IowaCreditUnions.com ®
Join us in Bettendorf to celebrate the 80th Annual Iowa Credit Union Convention!We all know this past year has been challenging for the financial industry, but out of hardship comes progress. Credit unions havetremendous opportunities in today’s market, and this year’s theme, “Now is the Time,” represents a call to action for us to demonstratewhy we are truly different from others in the financial marketplace.In this time of economic uncertainty, finance and business experts have repeatedly highlighted credit unions as safe and sound financialinstitutions. Now is the time to take advantage of this positive exposure and evaluate your credit union’s value proposition.I hope you’ll join us at this year’s Convention to gain leadership tips to keep your team strong, develop new strategies, and discovernew and creative ways to grow your credit union. Patrick S. Jury President/CEO Iowa Credit Union League featured speakers Fred Hoiberg Jim Stickley Head Men’s Basketball Coach, CTO and Vice President of Iowa State University TraceSecurity, Inc. In high school he was “Iowa’s Mr. Jim was one of the original founders of Basketball.” While playing at Iowa State TraceSecurity and is a renowned security University, they called him “The Mayor,” expert. His unique session “Criminal and in the NBA, he was known as “a Mastermind. It’s a living.” will demonstrate three-point threat.” But after doctors numerous techniques he has used to gain found a serious heart defect during a access to facilities through social engineering routine insurance physical, he now calls as well as how you and your members can himself lucky. Join us for the closing session as Fred, “The Mayor”, become victims of identity theft. More importantly, Jim will give Hoiberg speaks of how he continues to stay immersed in the game simple tips and tricks on how you can protect yourself, your members he loves, despite various limitations, and takes on his new title as and your credit union from becoming another identity theft statistic. “Coach.” Jay Johnson KEVIN WALKER Executive Vice President, President of the Northwest Callahan and Associates, Inc. Area Foundation Markets and market participants Kevin has served as the President of NWAF are shifting dramatically in today’s since May 2008. NWAF’s mission is to environment. As the leader of Callahan’s support efforts by the people, organizations research and analysis of key trends and and communities of its eight-state region issues, Jay’s presentation “Filling the to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable Void: Unique Opportunities in a Time prosperity. His presentation, “Banking on of Change” will get you to ask yourself, Change: Credit Unions as Pathways Out of “What unique opportunities does this environment present for Poverty” will help you recognize and understand the many challenges credit unions?” and “How are credit unions filling the void and facing your members in today’s financial environment and ways to meeting member needs at a time of market dislocation?” assist them now and in the future.
schedule of eventsWednesday, September 22 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. ICUL Annual Meeting, Delegate10:00 a.m. Hack for CUPAC Golf Event Session, and Awards Ceremony Palmer Hills Golf Course 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Reception & Silent Auction Closes in 2999 Middle Road • Bettendorf, Iowa Trade Show Area 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Directors’ Dinner at Convention CenterRegistration for this four-person, best-shot tournament opens at 10 a.m.with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. For more information, or to register, visit 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. ICUF Benefit Night - celebratethe ICUL members-only site. Please sign up by August 13. Icuf’s 15th Birthday party! After a long day of valuable learning and networking opportunities, join2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Convention Registration & ICUF Silent us as we celebrate ICUF’s 15th birthday! The birthday bash will be held Auction Drop-off Thursday, September 23 from 8-10 p.m. at the Waterfront Convention Center.7:00 - 10:00 p.m. Opening Reception - ICUL kicks off Let loose as our DJ spins tunes popular Convention 2010 by inviting you to a great from 1995 to today. To carry on the night of food, live music and dancing at the theme, dress like you did when you River City Music Experience in Davenport. This were 15 or as if it were still 1995! unique venue provides a perfect atmosphere to kick back and relax with colleagues and friends. All Convention attendees are welcome to attend. Friday, September 24 Hosted by the Iowa Credit Union League and 7:00 - 9:30 a.m. Registration & Silent Auction Pick-up Affiliates. 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Breakfast & Featured Speaker Kevin Walker, President of the Northwest Area FoundationThursday, September 23 (Sponsored by the Iowa Credit Union Foundation)7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration 9:45 - 11:00 a.m. Education Sessions7:30 - 8:00 a.m. New Attendee Orientation • Jim Stickley - Criminal Mastermind – It’s a Living8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Welcome & Opening Keynote – • Debra Salz - Has Anyone Seen Initiative? Jay Johnson - Callahan and Associates • Kelly Wadsworth, Affiliates Management Company - CEO9:00 - 4:00 p.m. Guest Event Compensation & Benefits • Shelly Vils, CUNA Mutual - Lending to Generation Y -10:15 - 11:15 a.m. VIP Education Sessions Preparing for Passing of the Torch11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch in Trade Show Area & ICUF • PolicyWorks - Regulatory Update Silent Auction Opens • Carnahan, Smith and Gunter (CSG) - Creating Your Future 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch in Trade Show Area1:00 - 2:15 p.m. Education Sessions 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Closing Keynote – • Ben Rogers, Filene - Good Governance, Good Performance Fred Hoiberg - ISU Men’s Basketball Coach • Jim Stickley, TraceSecurity, Inc - Criminal Mastermind – It’s a Living • Steve Worden, NCUA - What the Regulator Saw Be sure to check out the members-only portion of IowaCreditUnions.com for information and updates on all • Debra Salz, Prevention Services & Strategies - Training ROI Convention items. • PolicyWorks - Legislative Update • The Members Group ®
trade show Cost - Early Bird: $299 until August 13 Looking for new, innovative ways to help your credit union? after Deadline: $349 Then invest some time visiting with exhibitors during the Trade Register by August 13 to get the early bird price of $299! Late- Show and learn about products and services to help you better registrations will be accepted until Friday, September 3 and will serve your members! be charged $349. If you wish to register after September 3, you will be considered ICUF Silent Auction - Thursday, September 23 “day-of ” registration and will need to sign up on the first day that Credit unions and individuals are encouraged to make donations you attend the Iowa Credit Union Convention. A $50 late fee to the Iowa Credit Union Foundation’s annual Silent Auction will also apply to onsite registrations. Fee will incur after August held Thursday, September 23. Contact Marybeth Foster at 13 deadline. 800.860.6180 x3001 or email@example.com by August 20 to donate an item or with any questions. Register today! There are three ways you can register: Guest Event - Thursday, September 23 1. Register on the members-only portion of Attendee guests are invited to join us for a fun-filled day of IowaCreditUnions.com. cultural activites. First, you’ll take an exclusive look at some of the 2. Mail registration form, found on the members-only portion of latest additions to the Figge Art Museum and enjoy the current IowaCreditUnions.com, along with your payment, to: exhibitions in the building’s 70,000 square feet of content. Iowa Credit Union Convention Iowa Credit Union League You’ll then continue with a P.O. Box 10409 tour of the Assumption Greek Des Moines, IA 50306-0409 Orthodox Church in our “It’s 3. Fax registration form to 515.221.3010 Greek to Me” outing. Enjoy a traditional Greek meal followed Visit the members-only site of IowaCreditUnions.com for by a cooking demonstration. additional information and the latest updates. Afterwards, feel free to watch and learn as dancers perform and teach traditional Greek cancellations dances. Opa! Cancellations received on or before August 27 will be refunded in full. Cancellations received August 28-September 10 will receive a 50 percent refund. No refunds will be provided after September Deadlines 10, 2010. Substitutions welcome. The early bird registration deadline is Friday, August 13. So don’t delay, register today! Hotel Accommodations Isle Casino Hotel 1777 Isle Parkway • Bettendorf, IA 52722 P. 1.800.THE.ISLE (800.843.4753) Room rates: $99 single/double, $109 triple, $119 quadruple Be sure to check out the members-only portion of Ask for the Iowa Credit Union Convention attendee rate. Code IowaCreditUnions.com for information and updates number is SIC0914. on all Convention items. Room block is open until September 7.* *Reservations for Convention hotel block are now open. questions? Contact Stephanie Cardwell at 800.860.6180 x3014 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Early bird registration deadline is Friday, August 13! ®
Hack for CUPAC Golf Outing • Wednesday, September 22, 2010 • • Palmer Hills Golf Course, Bettendorf, Iowa • The Iowa Credit Union League and the Credit Union Political Action Committee (CUPAC) are pleased to invite you to the 7th annual Hack for CUPAC golf outing! Please consider joining us for this event in support of CUPAC. Your contribution will be used to support What: Hack for CUPAC Best Shot Golf Outing legislative candidates who share in the credit Location: Palmer Hills Golf Course union philosophy. Thanks to your help, CUPAC 2999 Middle Road - Bettendorf, Iowa has consistently ranked among Iowa’s most influential political action committees. When: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Event Includes: Registration: 10:00 a.m. • Green Fees and Cart Rental Shotgun Start: 11:00 a.m. • Welcome Package • Lunch and Drink Tickets Suggested CUPAC Contribution: $90 per golfer In the event of rain, we thank you for your contribution to CUPAC. • PLEASE REGISTER by AUGUST 13th • Registration information: Golfer Name ___________________________________________________________________________________ CU/Organization ________________________________ _______________________________________________ E-mail _______________________________________ Phone Number ____________________________________ T-Shirt Size ( S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL ) ______________ Check here if you would like to sign up as a foursome and list your team below. Golfer Name __________________________ E-mail ______________________ Phone_____________Shirt Size_____ Golfer Name __________________________ E-mail ______________________ Phone_____________Shirt Size_____ Golfer Name __________________________ E-mail ______________________ Phone_____________Shirt Size_____ Total Amount Enclosed: $____________ * Please Make Checks Payable to CUPAC. Contributions to cupac must be made from individuals; no corporate contributions will be accepted. Please mail this form and your personal contribution, payable to CUPAC, by August 13 to: CUPAC c/o Hack for CUPAC P.O. Box 10409 Des Moines, IA 50306 Questions? Please contact The Hack for CUPAC Best Shot Golf Outing is in conjunction Julie Vande Hoef at 800.860.6180 with the Iowa Credit Union Annual Convention in Bettendorf, x1851 or email@example.com. September 22-24! You won’t want to miss it!Corporate contributions are prohibited under Iowa law.Political Action Committee contributions are not tax deductible.