Credit union marketers explored applications for new consumer research and discovered fresh digital strategies during the NWCUA Marketers’ Conference.
The NWCUA recognizes the best credit union marketing campaigns in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Nominate Outstanding Northwest Credit Union Professionals for the 2017 Summit, CUNA, and Chapter Awards
Nomination period is open today through June 23 for the 2017 NWCUA Annual Awards Program, which will be presented during the 2017 MAXX Convention in October.
First place, honorable mention, Spectrum Cup, and Best in Show winners will be unveiled at the annual awards dinner.
While you wait to hear if your credit union’s entries won, take a look at what we have in store for you at this year’s Marketers’ Conference.
The Nominating Committee will screen candidates for the next Idaho Credit Union League Board of Directors election.
We need more people to join our grassroots army on Wednesday at Washington CU Day at the Capitol.
Your Association has a turnkey toolkit to help share the good news of how not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions build strength in families and communities.
The retiring Spokane City CU CEO was recognized by NWCUA Board Member Debie Keesee with a Proclamation detailing his substantial career on behalf of the Movement.
The independent report details the substantial contribution of not-for-profit cooperative credit unions on both local economies, and their members.
Chapter leaders in all three states will convene on March 8th for a deep dive into leadership, education, advocacy, and philosophy in action.
As part of recent efforts to streamline and simplify member communications, weekly NWCUA events and key initiatives are being bundled into a single, high-level action memo sent every Friday.
Councils give credit union professionals a space to connect with peers, share experiences, and learn from each other. Read more on how this year’s Councils will help you grow your collective knowledge.
Oregon advocates are encouraged to connect with the Legislature, which counts nearly a quarter of the 60-member House of Representatives and three of the 30-member Senate, as freshmen.