Your Dakota Credit Union Association has used “Annual Summit” since 2008 to describe our signature event and the largest annual gathering of Dakota Credit Unions. Merriam-Webster defines Summit as “top, apex, especially the highest point, peak.” Synonyms include conference, important meeting, discussion, dialogue, and consultation. No doubt, “Annual Summit” is an appropriate name and description!
But don’t take our word for it! Here’s what some of last year’s attendees had to say:
“The Annual Summit is the best opportunity to network with peers from Dakota Credit Unions.”
“The Summit is always a great event to attend! The breakout sessions are well planned, speakers are powerful, and it is a great networking opportunity. I learn something every time I attend.”
“I absolutely love reconnecting with my peers! The networking is one of the main reasons I attend, and I always look forward to this great event.”
“It is very worthwhile, coming together every year, meeting new people, and learning new things.”
“It was quite invigorating to see over 250 credit union professionals together in one room.”
“I love attending the Summit; I get to see my friends and peers, I learn from the speakers, and the networking is invaluable!”
“I thoroughly enjoy attending the Summit, not only for the educational speakers, but because I get to see my peers from across North and South Dakota. The opportunity to network with other credit union employees, board members and supervisory committee members is, in my opinion, priceless!”
AND, this year’s Annual Summit offers:
No matter your reasons for attending, we guarantee you will leave feeling even more energized and excited about the credit union movement, and proud to be a part of the “Dakota fabric” of interwoven credit unions!
Plan now to join us on May 9 – 10 at Delta Hotels by Marriott in Fargo, ND, and be sure to register now to receive reduced pricing of just $359 – only available until next Friday, March 31.
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