Q: WHY DID THE CREDIT UNION LEAGUE EXECUTIVES (AACULE) CHOOSE TO MEET IN OREGON? A: Because those League Execs will probably end up continuing to avoid some important, difficult decisions about their trade associations, credit unions, and CUNA. Oregon is a good place to evade, skirt, hedge, dodge, sidestep, and bypass critical decisions; because it's already known as The Land Of The...
Wanted to get the word to you first. Before Keith Leggett at Credit Union Watchgot hold of this and started grousing about misspent tax exemptions, overwrought egos, and yada, yada, yada. Dr. Leggett has persistently harped, over the years, about credit unions branding their names on college and professional athletic venues. You know the yap!
Word on the street has it that a large U.S. credit union, under the guidance of South Carolina marketing guru SundeepKapur [www. emailyogi .com], is close to finalizing a major, big-time naming rights agreement. Kapur had challenged the credit union to "Dream Big"when seeking out a world-class branding opportunity and this blockbuster deal could be announced within days, setting a whole new standard of performance in the naming rights arena. A leaked photo of Kapur at the naming rights site has been circulating on the internet recently...
"Frank Keating ** of the American Bankers' Association would do well to clean up his own backyard before casting aspersions on Credit Unions." [** "keating" - rhymes with bleating - to make the natural cry of a sheep or goat; syn. whimpering, blathering.]
- Dan Berger, CEO of NAFCU, 7/24/2015.
Please use a "pen".
PLEASE COMPLETE THE 2015 CONSUMER BANKING SURVEY BASED UPON YOUR PERSONAL EXPERIENCE.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Q: "My bank is full of _______?"
. A: a). Cheap pens on cords. b). Red velvet "herd lines". c). Inexperienced Tellers d). Unhappy people waiting. e). Un-indicted men in suits.
[And, of course, most people think their bank is full of...]