August means advocacy

first_img 36SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jim Nussle Jim Nussle was named president and CEO of the Credit Union National Association in September 2014. Nussle, is a former eight-term congressman and director of the White House Office of … Web: www.cuna.org Details All around the country, August often means time with friends at barbeques, going on vacations and preparing for the kids to head back to school. Here in Washington, D.C., August means one thing – Congressional recess.Your U.S. Senators and Representatives are back in their states and districts through Labor Day. 535 Members of Congress are opening up their district offices, holding town hall meetings and other events for constituents. Here’s a chance to meet with them face to face at home. I hope you’ll invite these elected representatives of ours to visit your credit union, meet your employees and see the credit union difference come to life through people helping people.If a member isn’t able to make it to your credit union, try to meet with them in one of their district offices. Engaging in advocacy is telling your story and I encourage you to help them understand that what you do every single day is making a difference in the lives of your members. This is part of our 360 degree approach to advocacy; an approach to engage everyone, everywhere through grassroots, Hike the Hills and everything in between. I can tell you, as a former member of Congress, my time at home hearing from my constituents helped me represent them back on Capitol Hill.This August, I need your help. Add your voice to this effort. Make sure you’re out there telling your story– it’s more powerful coming from you than it is me saying it for you. I hope you’ll use this August to engage in credit union advocacy – after all, you’re the best advocates for the credit union movement.last_img read more

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WSP in Australia Joins Star of the South Offshore Wind Project

first_imgStar of the South could comprise up to 250 turbines with a combined capacity of up to 2GW. The services will be led by the company’s Victorian Power Team, supported by WSP’s international expertise and local partners Cable Systems Engineering and Stockton Drilling Services. The project is a joint development by Australia’s Offshore Energy and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP). Source: Star of the South WSP in Australia has secured a contract to help design the onshore transmission network and grid connection of the Star of the South offshore wind farm. WSP will be supporting the power system studies, system integration and Front End Engineering Design of the onshore transmission assets for what is Australia’s first offshore wind project. The contract was signed by Star of the South CEO Casper Frost Thorhauge and WSP in Australia Director, Power and Energy ANZ Paul Williams. last_img read more

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Sportium revamps YouTube profile for new La Liga Season

first_img StumbleUpon Submit Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Share Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Related Articles Share Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Spanish bookmaker Sportium has relaunched its YouTube channel seeking to deliver the best content, discussion and betting viewer engagement for La Liga season 2018/19 and beyond.Sportium, the Ladbrokes and Grupo Cirsa Spanish market joint-venture details that its revamped YouTube channel will support its status as ‘official betting partner’ of La Liga.Spain’s new football season kicked-off this weekend with Sportium relaunching its social media and YouTube video content under the campaign ‘Dale Sportium’ (translation: ‘Give it Sportium’).The Spanish bookmaker, which extended its key marketing partnership with La Liga in 2017, details that it has developed new YouTube concepts, formats and shows to drive engagement with its La Liga markets, sponsorship and content.The launch of ‘Dale Sportium’ across its social media platforms, follows the bookmaker’s successful World Cup YouTube campaign, featuring former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas as lead ‘Sportium Russia 2018 correspondent’.With the support of La Liga, ‘Sportium YouTube’, will offer detailed match previews, analysis and insights, from recognised Spanish commentators, journalists and football figureheads.Entering a new La Liga season, Sportium marketing has outlined the goal of delivering the best and most reputable YouTube channel for Spanish betting audiences.last_img read more

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Farmers Insurance Open: Justin Rose ties 54-hole record to take lead into final round

first_img Tiger Woods happy to be on course again: ‘I missed it’ Scott, who last won on the PGA Tour in 2016, jumped into second after carding seven birdies and one eagle. He finished the third round 7-under 65. Rahm has fond memories at Torrey Pines. He got engaged at the golf facility that butts up to the Pacific Ocean and now, he is only a few strokes away from his third win on tour. Rahm had six birdies to help shoot a 4-under 68.Rory McIlroy, Billy Horschel and Hideki Matsuyama share a tie for sixth place (11 under) with two other golfers. McIlroy offset two bogeys with five birdies to shoot 3-under 69 and jump three places up the leaderboard.Roars for @McIlroyRory. ⤵️🕳 pic.twitter.com/RO2zsO3yyh— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 26, 2019Both Horschel and Matsuyama didn’t improve on their previous rounds, but were able to stay in the top 10 after late birdies.Jason Day, last season’s Farmers Insurance Open champion, is in a six-way tie for 16th place (9 under) after shooting 3-under 69. Tony Finau and Patrick Reed join Day after matching 3 under on the third day. Farmers Insurance Open: Justin Rose grabs lead after stellar 6-under 66 The world No. 1 is still No. 1 on the leaderboard after the third round at the Farmers Insurance Open.Justin Rose tied the 54-hole record after carding a 3-under 69 on Saturday at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, Calif. Rose holds a three-shot lead over the rest of the field with a tournament total of 18 under. Rose was on pace to break the record — set by Kyle Stanley in 2012 — after opening his round with three birdies and an eagle on the par-5 9th hole.center_img Jordan Spieth sits in a sizable tie for 25th place (7 under). He followed an eagle and a birdie with a triple-bogey on the par-4 15th hole to finish even-par 72.Last three holes for Jordan Spieth:• Eagle• Birdie• Triple bogeyEven par. Golf is hard. pic.twitter.com/JsIGi8kB38— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 26, 2019Round 4 will continue with the split-tee format. The leaders will tee off at 10:15 a.m. local time. The leader has extended the lead.EAGLE for @JustinRose99. 🦅He’s ahead by 4 @FarmersInsOpen.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/uYyneYStN7— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 26, 2019But, double bogeys on the par-4 4th and 14th holes and a bogey on the par-5 18th hole tarnished his scorecard.Adam Scott and Jon Rahm remain in contention after finishing in second (15 under) and third place (14 under), respectively. Related Newslast_img read more

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