continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr It’s amazing what our industry can do when we come together to advocate for the issues most important to us.Passing the Financial CHOICE Act out of the House in June was an enormous victory—one fueled by our synchronized work to tell Congress we need relief.But now we must turn to the Senate. And I hope you’ll join our Campaign for Common-Sense Regulation to drive this victory home.Over the past six months, CUNA and league advocates, credit union leaders, and thousands of credit union members have painted a clear picture about the need to unsaddle credit unions from one-size-fits-all regulations that are clearly inappropriate for credit unions and other small financial institutions.That work, under the umbrella of our campaign, led to the House approving the CHOICE Act. This legislation carries a number of measures that will provide significant regulatory relief to credit unions.
In order to provide support in the decision-making process and strategic planning of public and private sector entities in the Croatian tourism industry, the CNTB published new information related to market trends and trends, analysis of achieved receptive results, as well as results of targeted market research programs related to various segments of tourism. business, ie promotional activities of the national tourism organization.The Croatian National Tourist Board has published a new “Market Profiles” for 2017, which includes information from the markets: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Hungary, the Netherlands, while additional market profiles will be published.Study the market profiles in order to get to know tourists from the mentioned countries as well as possible and to plan and advertise tourist packages for a certain target group of tourists in the best possible way.Side dish: Market profiles 2017
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With the departure of star offensive players Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, the Steelers may be looking to add a wide receiver to the mix. According to ESPN, the Steelers are interested in Tyrell Williams as his free agency kicks off Wednesday. The report adds Pittsburgh is active in the receiver market and it has inquired about several wideouts. Steelers retain LB Ryan Shazier, toll contract for 2019 Steelers are involved in the receiver market. They’ve inquired on several, including Tyrell Williams. Could settle on second-tier player market depending on price, but it wouldn’t surprise if they signed a new playmaker for Ben Roethlisberger.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 12, 2019Williams had been connected to the Raiders, Browns and the Colts, however, each of those teams have since added other receivers. Oakland reportedly acquired Antonio Brown from the Steelers, Cleveland added Odell Beckham Jr. through a trade with the Giants, while Devin Funchess joined Indianapolis.Williams was signed by the Chargers as an undrafted free agent following the 2015 draft. He caught 41 passes for 653 yards and five touchdowns for Los Angeles last season, proving he has the potential to be a strong running mate with JuJu Smith-Schuster. Related News