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LT. Governor Billy Nungesser to Address State GAC Attendees
LCUL's 2020 Louisiana Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) has added a Louisiana political powerhouse to the lineup. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser will be joining us on April 14 to discuss the "State of the State", where he shares an inside look to what it is his office is responsible for.

Nungesser left a career as a successful businessman to begin his political career following Hurricane Katrina. In response to his own frustration over the slow response from government, Billy decided to run for Plaquemines Parish President in 2006. He was re-elected in 2010 with over 70% of the vote. During the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the New York Times named him the "hardest working man in Louisiana" and ABC named him Person of the Week during the same period.

He was elected Lt. Governor in 2015 and re-elected in 2019. In July 2019, he officially took over as Chairman of the National Lieutenant Governors Association, a professional association which charts issues and work to be pursued by the second-highest ranking officials in all 50 states and U.S. territories.

Don't miss the opportunity to hear from the Lt. Governor and other dynamic speakers at LCUL's 2020 Louisiana GAC April 14-15 in Baton Rouge. Click here to register!
FFIEC Highlights Updated Pandemic Preparedness Guidance; LCUL Distributes CU Resources
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) updated guidance identifying actions that financial institutions should take to minimize the potential adverse effects of a pandemic. Click here to read FFIEC's full statement on pandemic planning. 

Amid growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), LCUL distributed an update last week with an extensive list of resources housed on our website. Our primary objective is to help prepare your credit union to provide the best possible member service -- no matter the situation. For additional information, please contact a member of our communications team.
LCUL Distributes 2Q 2020 Marketing to Small CUs
LCUL offers smaller credit unions a quarterly newsletter ready to copy and distribute to members. The newsletter, Common Shares, includes articles on credit union products/services and other topics of interest to your membership. Distributed last week, credit unions are now prepared for Spring 2020.

Along with Common Shares, LCUL provides quarterly marketing campaigns that include flyers, statement stuffers, and digital banner ads. These services are provided as part of our continuing commitment to assist smaller asset credit unions overcome major challenges.  

Please contact a member of the communications team should you have any questions.

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