re·un·ion /re-yoon-yen/
an instance of two or more people coming together again after a period of separation; the act or process of being brought together again as a unified whole.

Need a reason to lose 20 pounds? Are you just dying to go shopping for a new dress? Can’t wait to get out of town and visit memory lane? Then get ready because Louisiana credit unions are celebrating the reunion of all reunions. Mark your calendars as the Louisiana Credit Union League prepares to host our 2021 convention on August 4-6.

Itching to get back to the traditional conference? This is your opportunity. Not there yet due to budget/travel restrictions? We got you covered. To accommodate all of our classmates, LCUL is giving attendees the option to reunite in person or celebrate virtually with a hybrid event.

On Wednesday, August 4, we will kick off with our annual Rock n’ Bowl event as we raise money for the Louisiana CU Foundation. Our foundation was extremely active in 2020 so your support is more important than ever. We’ll close out on Friday afternoon with our recognition awards and dynamic closing session. On Friday night, we are showing up and showing out at LCUL’s high school prom. Extracurricular activities are still taking place: exhibit hall, networking, online silent auction, CULAC Challenge, swag bags, gamification, prize drawings and more!

Tuition for the event is $495 in person or $295 virtual.

Whether you choose to attend in-person or virtually, we promise to make the most out of your experience. Everyone will have the opportunity to network, engage, and more importantly, win prizes.

Additional information including speakers and schedule coming soon. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact at us convention@lcul.com.

Make sure to submit your enrollment today if you want to reunite in person. Our venue has capacity restrictions to adhere with social distancing guidelines.

Book your hotel accommodations.

Oh yeah, before we forget… don’t think you’re getting away that easily. LCUL will be soliciting high school pictures from some of your favorite classmates and posting for all to enjoy.