Coosa Valley Credit Union was recently honored with MAC Awards in the broadcast video and non-commercial video categories from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions, which recognizes outstanding marketing and business development achievements in the credit union
CVCU received Bronze Awards for both Non-Commercial Video Marketing and Broadcast Video Marketing. “It’s an honor to be recognized among our peers who all do such incredible work in the industry. Coosa Valley Credit Union has made great strides with our brand and elevating market awareness, affinity, member loyalty and penetration in a highly-competitive market,” said Stephanie Graves, Vice President of Marketing for Coosa Valley Credit Union.
Below is winning marketing broadcasts video
View the winning Non-Commercial Video Marketing
The Marketing Association of Credit Unions celebrates its MAC Awards its annual conference, held in May of each year. For more information on the MAC Awards or to view the entire list of winners, visit http://www.macnetwork.org/awards/.
About Coosa Valley Credit Union
Headquartered at 2010 Redmond Circle in Rome, GA, Coosa Valley Credit Union also has branches in
Cartersville, Cedartown, Ringgold, Rockmart, Rome, and Woodstock and serves individuals and
businesses in Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Paulding,
Polk, Walker and Whitfield counties. Learn more about CVCU at http://www.mycvcu.org.
The Marketing Association of Credit Unions is credit union marketers helping other credit union
marketers thrive, advance and succeed. MAC was founded over 30 years ago by business partners who
recognized and acknowledged the intrinsic value of creating a space dedicated exclusively to fellow
credit union marketers. MAC is more than an opportunity to exchange ideas, attend workshops and
other professional development activities, and create and grow relationships — it’s a community of
peers and organizations that share a common goal: To achieve next-level credit union marketing results.
Learn more at http://www.macnetwork.org.