Event Info

May 22nd 2:00 pm -
May 24th 1:00 pm PDT

May 22nd 3:00 pm -
May 24th 2:00 pm MDT


1 day, 23 hours

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Program Overview

Join us on May 23-24!

Join together with us at the Spring Hike the Hill as we continue to connect with the decision makers in our nation’s Capitol about the Credit Union Difference. This grassroots advocacy event for both seasoned activists and those who are new to the political movement offers an invaluable opportunity to both educate and inform, and spread the credit union message to our elected officials and regulatory partners.

When you register for this event, you directly represent the Northwest credit union community as we reach out to our legislators and regulatory agencies. Being three states strong, we have a greater voice than ever before. Don’t miss this exciting experience in the heart of Washington, D.C.!

Meetings will begin the morning of Wednesday May 23, and will conclude by mid-afternoon on Thursday, May 24.

Location & Travel Information

Grand Hyatt Hotel
1000 H Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001

Special room rates have been negotiated for Hike the Hill program participants. Click here for direct access to this room block and to book your lodging. The cut-off date to take advantage of this discount is Tuesday, May 1, so please reserve your room prior to this date.

Special Travel Rates and Discounts for NWCUA Members

The Northwest Credit Union Association has also secured special rates and discounts for travel accommodations. Find out more at www.nwcua.org/travel-discounts.

Grassroots Involvement Grants

The Northwest Credit Union Association provides Grassroots Involvement Grants awarding $500 for selected Hike the Hill applicants. If you are interested, email Samantha Beeler at sbeeler@nwcua.org.

Questions or Concerns?

For more information, contact Jennifer Wagner at 800.995.9064 x224 or email your questions directly to jwagner@nwcua.org.

For assistance with registration or logistics, please contact Brent Petrek at 800.995.9064 x113 or bpetrek@nwcua.org.