Wednesday at MAXX: Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt, AI, affordable housing panel, and Credit Unions For Kids

SEATAC, WA (October 16, 2018) — One of the nation’s leading experts on American politics takes centerstage at the Northwest Credit Union Association’s (NWCUA) MAXX Convention Wednesday afternoon. Fox News political editor Chris Stirewalt will provide insight into next month’s critically important midterm elections, and dive into what is at heart of today’s political divide. Stirewalt’s signature style breaks down complex political issues in a way that people can understand and enjoy as he offers astute commentary on the current political climate.  3:15 pm.*

Additional opportunities for your onsite coverage Wednesday include:

  • Artificial Intelligence— The Opening General Session features a panel of three AI experts who will share what’s on the horizon and how it could apply to credit unions and their members. 8:30 am.
  • Strategic Link Trade Show — More than 100 business solutions partners are on hand including betaSpace innovators and FinTech services providers. 10:00 am – 12:30 pm.
  • How credit unions are addressing the housing crisis. Every community is impacted by a housing crisis due to either inventory or high prices. This panel discussion explores innovative approaches credit unions are taking to help consumers. 2:00 pm.
  • Credit Unions for Kids — MAXX Convention will host “New York, New York,” a live auction and dinner expected to raise more than $300,000 for the region’s eight CMN hospitals. Expect lively “bidding wars” and a touching on-stage appearance by our 2018 Miracle Child. 8:00-9:30 pm

Please reach out to Lynn Heider for all your coverage needs. Call or text (503) 329-7208.

*Coverage of Chris Stirewalt’s address is open to media. No live streaming is permitted, and video clips for later distribution are limited to two minutes in length. Chris is open to one-on-one interviews.

About Northwest Credit Union Association

The Northwest Credit Union Association is the trade association representing more than 175 not-for- profit, cooperative credit unions in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, and their 8.1 million consumer members. As not-for-profit cooperatives, credit unions look out for their members’ financial well-being. Everyone should open their eyes to a credit union.  For more information, please visit:


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