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SECU Again Sponsors Mark Turgeon Radio Show

Wed, Nov 27, 2013

Linthicum, Maryland

For the second year in a row, SECU – Maryland’s largest state-chartered financial cooperative – will sponsor The Mark Turgeon Radio Show throughout the University of Maryland’s basketball season.

The show, featuring Terrapins Basketball Head Coach Mark Turgeon offering is insight and analysis of both his own team, as well as opponents, is one of SECU’s many partnership ventures with the University of Maryland.


“Sponsoring Coach Turgeon’s radio show represents a great match for both organizations, given the widespread fan support Maryland basketball enjoys throughout the state and SECU’s own statewide focus on deepening our relationship with existing members and acquainting others with the different direction and higher level of service SECU provides,” says SECU’s Assistant Vice President of Marketing, Carmen David Mirabile.


The one-hour weekly Mark Turgeon Radio Show Presented by SECU can be heard over the Terrapin Sports Radio Network (TSRN), which includes flagship stations 105.7 FM in Baltimore and ESPN 980 in Washington, D.C. The broadcast is also available through TerpsTV Premium.

With Turgeon joined by longtime “Voice of the Terrapins” Johnny Holliday, the Mark Turgeon Radio Show Presented by SECU is broadcast live with the public invited to attend the show. Fans around the state can also call into the show at 410-481-1300 or submit questions online by using the "Ask Mark" button on the front page of during the week.

A complete schedule of live broadcasts for the 2013-14 basketball season can be found here.



Founded in Baltimore in 1951, SECU is the largest state-chartered financial cooperative in Maryland, with over 230,000 members. SECU is ranked among the top 50 credit unions for total assets in the U.S. As of September, 2013, assets were $2.7 billion. Headquartered in Linthicum, MD, SECU has 22 branches and 106 ATMs throughout Maryland. SECU also provides access to over 70,000 surcharge-free ATMs through the CO-OP and Allpoint networks. For more information about SECU, visit