15 Reasons Why You Should Only Bank at a Credit Union
Those of us who are a part of the credit union community can occasionally forget just how confusing and intimidating the financial services industry can be. That "intimidation factor" can spill over into people's perceptions of credit unions despite the fact that our institutions are pretty simple and straight forward. To help you explain what your credit union is, what it does and why, we are providing member credit unions with this terrific little book entitled, "15 Reasons Why You Should Only Bank at a Credit Union."
This book is not only easy to read and understand, but it is also quite comprehensive. It is a great resource for staff to have on hand to refer to or to give to members that have questions about what your credit union does or how it operates. If you work with young adults, high school groups, or provide financial education for the community or employer groups, this piece will help you communicate key concepts quickly a succinctly. It also has the added advantage of being written in such a way as to spark discussion in a classroom setting.
We want to make it easy for you to put this book to work in your credit union, so the Association is offering you a number of ways to use it. You may order print copies online in whatever quantity will work best for you by clicking here. Our print-on-demand service, offered in partnership with Excelsior Printing, will produce the books and ship them directly to you. The transaction will take place on a secure e-commerce site. The Association will invoice member credit unions after their orders ship.
Credit unions that belong to the Association are welcome to download this publication and have it printed in quantities that suit your needs. In order to do so you will have to be logged into this website; and if you are, you will see a link just beneath this section on this page. Click on this link and you will have access to the printable pdf file.
If you have any questions about getting this piece printed, please contact Peggie Thorsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-842-1242 at the Association and she will help you get the job done.