The regulator has received consumer calls about a suspicious text message claiming to come from the agency.
The online Resource Center includes turn-key and customizable solutions for each Northwest credit union to craft its unique message of impact.
Over 200 credit union advocates from Oregon and Washington attended CUNA’s GAC, sharing the credit union difference in our nation’s capital and being honored for their accomplishments.
The 80th anniversary of the day President Roosevelt signed the Federal Credit Union Act is June 26. The NWCUA invites credit unions to celebrate with a social media event.
A nationally renowned communications trainer shatters the myth that successful marketing is all about touting benefits over features. Anthony Huey says the messenger is as important as the message. At the NWCUA Marketers’ Conference in May, Huey will offer transformative, on-camera training to attendees that will send them back to their credit unions as more effective communicators.
More Than 200 Northwest Advocates Will Spread the Credit Union Message at 2014 GAC in Washington, D.C.
Tony Blair and Madeleine Albright will be the keynote speakers. Rocker Eddie Money will headline an opening concert. And two of the four Herb Wegner Memorial Awards will go to Northwest executives at a gala event emceed by the NWCUA’s Denise Gabel. But for more than 200 Northwest credit union advocates, the most important part of CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., next month will be the chance to meet with every member of the Northwest Congressional delegation.
Brooke Van Vleet, Larry Hoff, Jake Jensen, and Sadie Hawkins may not really say “don’t tax my credit union” in their sleep, but the winners of this year’s NWCUA Advocacy awards certainly fill their waking hours with efforts to advance the credit union message.
Keynote Speakers at Amplify: Embrace Innovation But Always Remember, ‘The Messenger Is As Important As The Message’
“Winging it” might not work when credit unions want to share their story with the news media, but embracing innovation and quickly being able to think on your feet—and out of the box—can often be the key to success. Those were among the talents demonstrated last week at the Northwest Credit Union Association’s Amplify Convention in Portland.
A digital campaign spread over 100 websites will connect Main Street consumers to Congress through a simple message: “Don’t Tax my Credit Union.” The NWCUA launched the month-long campaign this week.
The NWCUA and CUNA are calling all credit unions to blitz the US Senate with social media messages July 23—“Don’t Tax Tuesday.” Senators have until Friday to submit their tax reform proposals. A persistent and passionate credit union voice may secure credit union’s tax status.
NWCUA President/CEO Troy Stang has shared the ECONorthwest study with President Obama. In a letter sent to the White House this week, Stang discredits the bank lobby’s claims about credit unions’ tax model.
In the first two weeks of a national call to action to protect credit unions’ tax status, more than 5,500 grassroots contacts were made with Congress by Northwest advocates.
Northwest credit unions are educating their members about the benefits of the tax model and asking them to contact Congress. Many are using their social media and websites to connect with members for this important discussion.
Thousands of American credit union advocates rallied around a “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” call to action Wednesday, dialing in or logging onto a webinar hosted by the Credit Union National Association. CUNA called on credit unions to engage millions of members to contact Congress immediately.
Main Street members are being called to advocate for credit unions’ tax status as Congress examines all exemptions with the “blank sheet of paper” approach. A new website, donttaxmycreditunion.org, offers resources.
Do credit unions have a chance to attract Gen Y members? Psychology-of-marketing guru Maya Bordeau believes they do. Bordeau shared the science of viral video with attendees to the NWCUA’s second annual Marketers’ Conference.
When Global Credit Union publicly launched its new brand last month, it unveiled a new look and a new strategic vision that together embody the foundations of both the credit union itself and the broader credit union movement.
For Kristen Christian, the year since she founded Bank Transfer Day has been a whirlwind, but she remains committed to the day’s original goal. “I’ve been so proud to see credit unions share the unique implementations of the ‘people helping people’ mission,” she said.