Trade Show Details – Registered Exhibitors



1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Exhibitor Set-up, Magnolia Ballroom
(Name badges will be located at your booth, not at the conference registration desk.)

5:45 p.m.
Exhibitors should be in booths

6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Open – all attendees


7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Morning Break in Exhibit Hall

10:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Tear Down

All door prizes are the responsibility of the exhibitor to notify and deliver to the recipient. In addition to a name, please be sure you collect a valid method of contact that the individual can access/check from the convention from the individuals entering your drawing. You may draw for and notify your winner directly by text, email, or phone any time you wish, but we suggest you do so no later than 10:00 a.m. on Friday. Instruct your winner to come to your booth during exhibit hall hours to pick up their door prize. Unclaimed prizes are the responsibility of the exhibitor to deliver.



Elwyn Pope Memorial Golf Tournament

Gulf Coast Chapter Meeting

  • 6:30 p.m. Social/7:00 p.m. Dinner, Beau Rivage, Azalea Ballroom
  • Registration will be handled by the chapter.
  • When available, additional details and registration information will be posted in the MSCUA Calendar of events.




Each company’s booth services contact designee is provided an Exhibitor Service Kit from Convention Display Services (CDS).  All services including shipping, receiving, electrical, and internet should be ordered in advance of the trade show according to the deadlines and specifications and using the forms provided in the kit.

Please be aware:

  • The Beau Rivage has very limited capacity to accept/store vendor show material and prefers not to provide that service. CDS is equipped to provide these services and includes rates and instructions in the Exhibitor Service Kit. Shipments/materials sent directly to the Beau Rivage are at  your own risk – CDS staff and MSCUA staff are not responsible for locating or delivering shipments/materials shipped directly to the Beau Rivage.
  • Individual loading/unloading at the Beau Rivage dock is not permitted. Please use the hotel’s Bell Services if you need to get items from your car/room to your booth.
  • All orders, payments and distribution for electrical drops will be handled exclusively by the Beau Rivage in-house provider, Encore Event Services. As a convenience to exhibitors, CDS provides Encore’s order form in the Exhibitor Service Kit. However, CDS is not responsible for providing electrical or internet connections needed at the Beau Rivage.

The Beau Rivage Business Center is located in the convention center in the hallway just past the restrooms & escalator. Open 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday (closed for lunch 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.).

For your set-up convenience, a “borrow” bin will be at MSCUA’s booth with frequently needed items such as tape, scissors, etc. You are welcome to borrow an item, but please return it when you are finished so that others have access as well.


Need a Hotel Reservation

  • Our room block is sold out; to request to be added to our group-rate wait-list, please email your name and desired arrival & departure dates to

MSCUA reserves sole control over booth assignments to maintain the best interest of the overall exhibit hall plan/layout, MSCUA, the vendors, or convention attendees. We will make every effort to locate your company away from a direct competitor. MSCUA has the right to move your booth to a different location (but if we have to do so, we will notify you).

A trade show layout map is available here.  The trade show will be held in the Beau Rivage Magnolia Ballroom.

32 – Accolade Investment Advisory, LLC
7 – Allied Solutions
16 – Alpha Omega COM Inc
43 – AssureGuard by Protective
39 – Aurora Advantage Powered by CSPI
6 – Auto Exam/Vision Warranty
2 – Bank-Tec South
53 – BaumTech
41 – Children of Mississippi
3 – Confluent Strategies/Equifax
26 & 25 – Corporate America
33 & 34 – Corporate One
20 – CSpire
37 – CUNA Mutual Insurance Group
19 – Diebold Nixdorf
22 – Dolphin Debit Access
38 – eDOC Innovations
35 – Envisant
45 – Evans, Simpson & Associates, Inc.
11 – FEDCorp, Inc
31 – FSG
15 – Griffin and Furman
8 – Headrick Companies
50 – Howard Technology Solutions
51 – IWS
28 – JMFA
9 – Kasasa, Ltd.
5 – Keeley Companies
30 – Leverage
4 – Member First Mortgage
42 – MRS Mail Express
23 & 24 – MSCUA
40 – Multi-Bank Securities, Inc. (Greg Pagans)
13 – National Cooperative Bank
52 – National Credit Center
21 – Qcash by Alloya Corporate FCU
49 – Quality Data Systems
10 – Quantalytix
29 – QwickRate
47 – Ross & Yerger
14 – Route 66 Extended Warranty
12 – Servion Group
1 – Sharetec System
48 – Shazam
27 – SRM
55 – TransFund
18 – Ultracs Corp
44 – Uniti Fiber
54 – Volunteer Corporate
36 – Zest AI

Credit unions are still submitting registrations – MSCUA will update this page on an ongoing basis.

1st Mississippi
Rebecca Cooper, CEO
Daniel Hastings
Kim Johnson
Stanley Shannon
Tori Shoemaker
David Stephens
Patricia Sterling
Jerome Trahan

Melissa Carter, CEO
Lynn Crosby
Mia Johnson
Cristina Jones
Patrick Lockett
Bobby McCullough

Derrick Ragland, CEO

Biloxi Teachers FCU
Sherry Deshamp, CEO

Brightview FCU
Don Antrim
Sheila Bridges, CEO
Jessie Evans
Angela Hahn
Mary Powers

Camp Shelby FCU
William Bowman
Dale Carnahan
Denise Collier, CEO
Jennifer Garraway
Kaitlyn Greene
Teresa Henderson
Annie Lee
Rick Lott
Curtis Patrick
Tina Patrick
Kim Patterson
David Williams

CenturyFirst FCU
Denise Cartlidge
Brian Freeman
Barbara Gandy
John Harmond, CEO
John Hayman
Neal McLain
Cliff Pendarvis
Tommy Rocconi
David Wolgamott

Choctaw FCU
Lacie Fields
Ashton Steve, CEO

CM Members FCU
Darren Buckhalter
Todd Graham
Casey Halbert, CEO
David Montgomery
Donnie Sanders
Chrissy Townley

Community Partners FCU
Deloris Little, CEO

Delta FCU
Robert Burford

Eagle Express FCU
Jessica Barrett
LeVinso Collins
John Graham
Jim Hankins
Bobby Harris
Tammy Henderson
Willie Liddell
Angela Moudy
Katie Nelson, CEO
Judy Presley
Steven Vernamonti
Jamelle Wells
Danny Williams

Elevator FCU
Pam Collier, CEO


Ferguson FCU
Cylina Barger
Vernon Clevenger, CEO
Melissa Fortenberry
Kevin Garrett
Lynell James
Tim Jones
Doris Kirby
Jackie Snowden

First Neshoba FCU
Kenneth Bates, Jr.
Tammy Clemons
Mary Deweese
Kathy Greer
Sheila Greer
Harvin Hudson
Jason Martin, CEO
Jean Nowell

First Unity FCU
Samuel Hall

Gulf Coast Community FCU
Elmer Dickens
Lisa Graham, CEO
Tom Jones
Gerrod Kilpatrick
James Lewis
Tammy Miller
Jennifer Owen
Emily Stewart
Roger Stuckey
Nikkida Trotter
Howard Upton

Gulf Trust FCU
Jennifer Spiriti, CEO

HealthPlus FCU
Blair Baker, CEO
Bobbie Brantley
Ulysses Conley
Marcus Conway
Mary Reed

Hope FCU
Felicia Lyles

Issaquena County FCU
Ruth Hall-Evans, CEO
Christy Williams

Jackson Area FCU
Leigh Bridges, CEO
Lauren Cox
Roy DeBerry
Rick Hill
Will McDowell
Bonnye Owens
Diane Smith
Deberal Whitehead

Keesler FCU
Jim Estrada
Jim Freeland
Jill Jennings
Chuck Johnson
Sharon Keller
Robert Landry
Jason MacDonald
George Mitchell
Ruth Montana
Stacey Smith
Sam Sohi
Andrew Swoger, CEO
Leia Tanner
Tony Taylor

Magnolia FCU
Betty Barrett
Grayland Fredericks
Evelyn Harris
Christina Perry
Robert Stringer
Linda Watson
Michael Waylett, CEO

McComb FCU
Romalice Burris
Laura Burris, CEO
Sandra Jackson
Scott McKenzie
Steven Powell
Loria Ratcliff
Moya Smith

Members Exchange CU
Kenneth Allison
Laurie Barnes
Shanda Barrett
Dock Graves
Isaiah Lampkin
Lori Moak
Misty Munn
Oscar Pope
Mary Washington-Garner

Memorial FCU
Donna Cook
Karen Lizana, CEO

Meridian MS ANG FCU
Jimmy Owen
Victor Threatt

Meridian Mutual FCU
Carolyn Beeland
Ann Blackledge
Betty Blasi
Justin Branstetter, CEO
Fred Brashier
Eustace Ferguson
Lindsey Keene
Edward Mosley
Bunky Partridge
Lee Roberts

Meridian Postal FCU
Rebecca Moffett
Jimmy Price

Mississippi FCU
Jerry Clark
David Drewrey
Justin Harmon
Robert Kalka
Mike Lightsey, CEO
Brian Long
Larry Sparks

Rosalind Bailey, CEO
Barry Dixon
Maxine Gaddis
Sandra Giddy
Dolores Overstreet
Patricia Williams

MS Highway Safety Patrol FCU
Clay Bane
Gayle Barrentine
Tracy Burleigh
Gregory Caston
Suzanne Ferriss
Brad Garrett
Luke Harrington
Brodrick Hutchins
Chad Moore
Laura Lee Mullins
Steve Shows
Claude Smith
Derrick Willis

MS National Guard FCU
Joshua Aldridge
Vickie Bourne, CEO
Darrel Brown
Lynn Cole
Scotty Cole
Haley DiMartino
Billie Gallagher
Willie Grant
Kenneth James
Victor Puckett
Wyatt Rives
Leian Surkin
Karl Walker

MS Public Employees CU
Joel Bennett
Debbie Cox, CEO
Fannie Goodle
Mark Johnson
Louise Mack
Teresa Minor
Joyce Robertson

Laura Carmichael
Kris Gianakos
John Howell
Marsha Iverson
Regina Mosley
Bo Pittman, CEO

Mutual CU
Alice Bell
Alicia Bounds
Billy Bridges
Tawana Dart
Jerry Dean
Laura Gullett
Donna Hardy
James Harper
Matt Hendrix
Tracy Johnston
Clara Kilman
Ben Luckett
Mia Mason
Michael Mathews, CEO
Charles McKinnie
Jennifer Lynne McMillin
Leonard Murrell
Stephanie Newsome
Rae Perry
Judy Rusche
Randy Sherard
Jeb Tingle
Joe Tom
Rick Vessell

Elaine Evans, Chairperson
Tim Heard

Navigator CU
Josh Borden
Cheryl Cooper
Doug Gautier
Robert Harry
Bobby Laney
Carlos Lett
Tommy Leonard
Robin May
Carl Perry
Richard Schenk
Dorothy Todd

New Orleans Firemen’s FCU
Yvette Blauvelt
Jeff Caire
Frank Corona
Judy DeLucca, CEO
Neil Dugas
John Hoolahan
James Hunter
Joseph Papa
Armand Parvazi
Michael Salvaggio
Toni Woodson

Old South FCU
Michael Anderson
Sharon Browning
Jerry Geter
Sherri Risher
Kelly Holmes
Stacy McCann, CEO
Jeff Webb

Pearl Municipal FCU
Mark Heath
Ron Morgan
Donna Rieger
Karen Williams, CEO

Pine Belt FCU
Alice Britt
Brenda Cochran
Ken Dunaway
Kenneth Fitzpatrick
Olivia Gasper
Ira Graham
Brian Green, CEO
Phil Harvey
Jackie Lott
Dianna Manning
Patricia O’Banner
Michaela Simpson

Rivertrust FCU
Harry Black
David Franklin
Randall Harris
Kevin Long, CEO
Thomas Lyle
Alana Miles
Everett Robinson
Kim Sadler
Kerry Scimeca
Michael Shumaker
Cornell Smith
Roger Turner
Keith Wilson

Singing River FCU
Marc Beech
Leanna Carney
Scott Corlew
Jason Ely
LeeAnn Fix
Kim Freeland
Lorri Freeman
Toni Goff
Jerica Hudson
Matt Jackson
John Ledbetter
Prince Lett
Jimmy Massey
Buddy Odom
Deanne Phillips
Alex Plowman
Jimmy Smith
Paul Thompson
Shannon Vincent-Raymond
Stu White
Edwina Williams

Southern Coastal FCU
Sharon Howell
Alison Lynd, CEO

Statewide FCU
Casey Bacon
Roger Gilbert
Wayne Kelly
Jeff Long
Mikael McCullough
Patty Roberts
Frank Shoemake
Thomas Larry Waller
Clyde Williams
Theresa Wolff
Clint Wood

Sunbelt FCU
Debbie Barnes
David Boggs
Tim Brown
Robert Dearman
Chris Diabin
Chris Hammond, CEO
Joe Hancock
Dusty Holifield
Erik Kampmann
Jeanne Mayo
Susan McCall
Dana Mercadel
Jolee Moorer
Heath Nobles
Edwin Todd
Dale Wood

Treasury Employee FCU
Donn Lewis
Daniel Quinn, CEO

Triangle FCU
Derk Felton
Ron Foster
John Gibbons, CEO
Gregg Kaiser
Kathy Marshall
Debbie Ragon
Sam Shoemak
Vicky Wilson

United Methodist of Mississippi FCU

Vickswood FCU
Howard Austin
Terrie Falls, CEO
Abraham Green
Thomas Osburn



Exhibit/Exhibition is produced, sponsored, managed, and is the property of the Mississippi Credit Union Association, hereafter referred to as MSCUA. MSCUA will provide exhibit management and attendance promotions.

Exhibitor Registration: Exhibit space is $1,495 for registrations with payment received by MSCUA by April 17, 2023; $1,750 after April 17, 2023. No more than two (2) persons will be permitted for each 8′ X 10′ exhibit space purchased by the exhibiting company. Additional personnel will be required to pay a fee of $300.00 each to attend all convention events as outlined for the vendors. MSCUA will not permit shared registration between exhibiting personnel who are not staying for the duration of the convention.

Contract for Space: Will be made upon MSCUA’s acceptance and receipt of full payment by the Exhibitor. Any Exhibitor failing to occupy space is not relieved of obligation to pay the full rental price. This contract will not be binding to MSCUA in the event of strikes or other circumstances beyond MSCUA’s control.

Space assignment will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis at the time the contract and fee(s) are received and processed. If space is not available at the time the contract and fees are received, the Exhibitor will be notified, and the fee(s) returned.

MSCUA has the right to determine the eligibility of any Exhibitor and reserves sole control over admission policies. These terms and regulations are established for the mutual protection of MSCUA and the Exhibitor. MSCUA reserves the right to make changes in the time schedule or in the general plan of the exhibits as may be deemed in the best interest of MSCUA, the vendors, or Convention attendees.

MSCUA reserves sole control over booth assignments to maintain the best interest of the overall exhibit hall plan/layout, MSCUA, the vendors, or convention attendees. MSCUA reserves the right to move your booth to a different location.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be submitted in writing and received by MSCUA by April 17, 2023.  No refunds in whole or part will be made after this date.

Conduct/Restrictions: MSCUA reserves the right to restrict exhibits that, because of noise, odors, methods of operation, or any other reason, become objectionable or otherwise detract from or are out of keeping with the character of the exhibition. This reservation includes persons, things, conduct, or printed material.

Exhibits must be confined to the exact space allocated. Circulars, publications, advertising materials, and all kinds of promotional giveaways may be distributed only within booth spaces. Nothing shall be posted on, tacked, nailed, screwed, or otherwise attached to columns, walls, floors, or other parts of the building or furniture. Signs, rails, etc., will not be permitted to intrude into or over aisles.

Solicitation: The aisles and other spaces in the Exhibit Hall not leased to Exhibitors shall be under the control of MSCUA. All displays, conferences, distribution of literature, or any other type of activity shall be conducted inside the space contracted.

General restrictions:

  • Exhibitors shall not conduct outside activities which would take qualified attendees from the official functions of the Convention and/or Exhibition.
  • Hospitality suites may not be open during educational sessions or business meetings as outlined in the convention agenda.
  • Food products or beverages are not to be distributed in any exhibitor’s booth unless the detailed plans and arrangements for such distribution have received prior written approval from MSCUA. Distribution plans must be received by MSCUA, in writing, by April 17, 2023.
  • Exhibitors agree to treat all Convention attendees with courtesy and not discriminate against any person for any reason.
  • Exhibitors agree not to assign or sublet the whole or any portion of the leased space covered by the contract. No two companies of different ownership may share a single booth without the written consent of MSCUA.
  • Exhibitors are prohibited from direct selling or activities equivalent to making a contract with Convention attendees.

Occupancy of space: Set-up may begin at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, 2023. All exhibitor space must be occupied by 5:30 p.m. Any rented space which remains unoccupied at that time may be re-rented, re-assigned, or otherwise used for the convenience of MSCUA.

Closing time: Final closing of the Exhibit Hall is 10:45 a.m., Friday, May 19, 2023. No dismantling or packing may begin before that time. Exhibitors must be out of the Exhibit Hall by 1:00 p.m., Friday, May 19, 2023.

Security: MSCUA shall provide security from the time of the daily closing of the Exhibit Hall until the opening of the Exhibit Hall the next morning. However, MSCUA will not be responsible for any type of loss. Exhibitors desiring special security precautions should arrange for private guard service at their own expense.

Fireproofing and safety: All decorations, drapes, signs, banners, acoustical materials, plastic cloths, or any other similar materials generally considered to be easily ignited shall be flame retardant to the satisfaction of the applicable fire department. Aisles and exits must be kept clean, clear, and free of obstruction.

Sound levels: All sound and other noise must be kept at sufficiently low levels so as not to disturb other exhibitors.

Non-Exhibitors: MSCUA will not permit any company to send representatives for the purpose of selling or establishing contacts as done by Exhibitors leasing booth space. All Convention Exhibitors must lease an Exhibit Hall booth.

Liability & insurance: Exhibitor agrees to protect, save and keep MSCUA and the Beau Rivage Resort forever harmless from any damage or charges imposed for violation of any law or ordinance, whether occasioned by the negligence of the Exhibitor or those holding under the Exhibitor, as well as to strictly comply with the applicable terms and conditions contained in the agreement between the Beau Rivage Resort and MSCUA regarding the exhibition premises. And further, Exhibitors shall at all times protect, indemnify, save and keep harmless MSCUA and the Beau Rivage Resort against and from any and all loss, cost damage, liability, or expense arising from or out of or by reasons of any accident or other occurrence to anyone, including the Exhibitor, its agent, employees and business entities, which arise from or out of by reason of said Exhibitor’s occupancy and use of the exhibition premises or part thereof.

Standard arbitration clause: Any controversy or claim arising out of this contract, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Rules of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by the Arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction.

General: All matters not specifically covered by the Exhibit Rules and Regulations shall be subject to decision of MSCUA. Failure to abide by the terms of this agreement could subject Exhibitors to expulsion and/or other such disciplinary action deemed appropriate by MSCUA.


9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Managers Association Session, Lunch & Business Meeting

2:00 – 3:00 PM
Pre-Conference Session

5:00 PM
MSCUA 86th Annual Business Meeting

Immediately following Business Meeting
Exhibit Hall Preview Party


7:30 – 8:30 AM
Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

10:00 AM
Break in Exhibit Hall

8:30 – 11:30 AM
General Sessions

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
General Session


8:30 AM
Breakfast & Closing General Session

10:30 AM