During the Twitter chat, credit unions and their staff are encouraged to share best practices and examples of their efforts to improve the financial health of members and staff
National Credit Union Foundation to focus on elder fraud in recognition of Older American’s Month.
The Twitter chat will feature live interaction from credit unions across the country discussing how they serve their members during back to school season.
CO-OP’s millennial campaign continues to attract new audiences to the credit union message.
It seems like you can’t go a week without reading an article that praises the use of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter as the way to promote credit unions to younger members and potential members. But did you know that Twitter has adopted a specific policy for Financial Services?
What better way to welcome Congress back from recess today than with this message: “Don’t tax my credit union!” The Northwest Credit Union Association can help with sample posts and Twitter handles.
Credit union advocates are being asked to fire up their twitter machines on Tuesday, Sept. 10, to welcome Congress back from recess. The NWCUA toolkit contains sample messages as well as Twitter handles for all Northwest Senators and Members of Congress.
While congress is on recess this month, credit union advocates are keeping the tax discussion alive. The NWCUA is asking members to raise the roof and tweet the house today. Sample messages are available on the Association’s member website.
Social media users who follow the Washington Credit Union Leagueâ€™s Twitter feed @waleague have an opportunity to win a free, full registration to the 2010 Washington Credit Union League Convention, Sept. 14-17 in SeaTac.