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.
A direct mail piece from U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union that features a buxom blonde has generated some angry reaction.
James Robert Lay, grower of relationships at PTP New Media, doesn’t believe in regrets–regardless of the outcome.
Credit unions hope the growing consumer anthem of “We’re not gonna take it,” over the latest debit card bank fees, has those consumers primed to make a switch.
This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Now may be a particularly good time to be a credit union, with all the hype surrounding Bank Transfer Day.
Standing in his signature jeans, T-shirt and sneakers, amid a sea of suits at a college career event, James Robert Lay quickly draws a crowd of students interested in working with him.
This fall, get ready for a zombie invasion. If James Robert Lay, grower of relationships at branding-marketing firm PTP New Media has his way, zombies will be found at credit unions across the country.
CU*SWAG is doing its part to lend a helping hand to those in need in Japan.