NWCUA Strategic Link partner CSCU talks about the evolution of loyalty programs in the digital age.
Student debt has become Millennials’ financial Achilles’ heel. True to their mission, credit unions are aligning with Millennial members to consolidate student loans and create a path to financial strength.
As consumers across the nation prepare for government sequestration and federal employee furloughs, Global Credit Union is offering short-term interest-free loans, no-fee loan extensions and penalty-free certificate withdrawals to give affected members the financial flexibility to live on a temporarily tightened budget.
Through the new Credit Union Auto Club, Invest in America is now offering a wide range of roadside assistance services and other benefits exclusively to credit union members. Credit unions that enroll in the program during the pilot can earn marketing reimbursements of up to $9 per membership purchased.
CO-OP Financial Services created a $1 million matching funds program to benefit Credit Unions for Kids supporting local Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network hospitals. CO-OP will match credit union funds raised to help millions of kids overcome illnesses and injuries.
More than 100 industry providers will be on hand to showcase their products and services during the trade show at the 2011 NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting.
Our newest government agency is starting up with aâ€¦well, a tweet actually. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has already become a presence in social media and is offering Americans the opportunity to share suggestions, ideas, and comments — become a friend on Facebook or post a video on YouTube.
The 2011 Northwest Credit Union Association Volunteers Conference will be held June 23-25, at The Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center, Bend, Ore. Mark your calendar and plan to send your volunteers.