Reality Check 2013: Capital, Growth, CU Cost Structure Challenges, Payments Going Forward, and Much More...All the Issues You Need to Know About in One Place

Posted by Marissa Anema Monday, November 19, 2012 12:08:00 PM


New Web Site Launched for Latest News and Information About the Conference

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – Are you tired of going to credit union conferences that revolve around famous speakers and rah, rah, go team motivational sessions, but don’t have enough hard-hitting sessions on the real world challenges facing credit unions?

Credit Union Reality Check is back April 8-10, 2013 with its productive, interactive education that is designed to make credit unions better, not warm and fuzzy. And this year, this much-anticipated credit union conference that attracts credit unions from around the country now has its very own Web site to host conference information as well as timely articles focused on topics related to the upcoming conference. 

“Reality Check is not about celebrity speakers or a lot of trinkets in the exhibit hall. It is about hard-hitting content on the most pressing issues for the credit union system. We provide content that can lead to actionable steps from attendees when they get back to their offices,” said NJCUL President/CEO Paul Gentile. “An attractive feature is our attendee interaction. We use technology to drive attendee feedback and create further dialogue.”

Though not a NJCUL event, NJCUL created, hosts and organizes each edition of Reality Check. 2013 will mark the fourth iteration of the conference. 

Set at the beautiful Harrah’s resort in Atlantic City, Reality Check also features two fun-filled evening receptions.

The Web site currently features an agenda, hotel information and some session descriptions and speaker information. Our conference is still evolving so keep checking back to see the latest speakers and session topics that are added. 

The new site hosts simple and easy online registration, but traditional registration materials will be coming soon as well. One of the key benefits of Reality Check is the cost structure. It is designed to be affordable for all sizes of credit unions. 

This year’s conference will also tap into some social media with a Twitter feed. Be sure to follow @CURealityCheck for up to the minute information on the conference.

Check out the Web site at for more information or to register. 


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