Program urges members to buy local and rewards those that do.
Start discussing social media and the talk quickly turns to its merits or lack thereof. Despite their perceived hurdles, with a little strategic creativity, some credit unions have managed to strike the right balance.
A cash mob hit a local restaurant in Oshkosh, Wis., courtesy of the $384 million CitizensFirst Credit Union.
More than 40 NetGen members show up for $10 spend at local eatery.
Chatter Yak! is making it easier to run worry-free contests, sweepstakes via social media channels like Facebook and Twitter.
NAFCU President/CEO says it's vital for credit unions to establish connections with members through technological services.
The importance of staying true to one’s brand, was recently made painfully clear with the fallout from U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union’s targeted loan ad featuring a buxom blonde’s cleavage.
A direct mail piece from U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union that features a buxom blonde has generated some angry reaction, some national media attention and a petition drive started by an offended member seeking an apology.
Reaction to a provocative direct mail from a Capitol Hill credit union is the centerpiece of this print preview from next week's Credit Union Times.
Over the last couple of years, especially in 2011, many credit unions flocked to social media to extend their presence into the digital realm.