Credit union marketing specialist Bo McDonald is offering his company’s services free of charge to credit unions of less than $100 million in assets that need help in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac.
McDonald said Your Marketing Company in Greenville, S.C., can offer help such as email blasts to members, contacts with local media, news releases, website updates and social media.
"It's in the DNA of many credit unions to step up and help their members and neighbors in times like these,” McDonald said.
“The last thing on most people’s minds right now is marketing. However, it's urgent to relay messages to members and the community that help is available at their local credit union," he said.
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