Local businesses agree—keep it co-op

keep it coop 500 a2c33keep it coop 500 a2c33In an opinion piece published August 27 by The Sante Fe New Mexican, Kim Currie, vice president of marketing at Del Norte Credit Union, explains how Keep It Co-op, an association of New Mexican cooperative businesses, is essential to creating a sustainable cycle of investment and reinvestment in the local economy.  

Read the full piece here: http://ncbaclusa100.coop/news/2016/8/29/local-businesses-agree-keep-it-co-op





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