CO-OP Consumer Marketing Material
Credit unions participating in Shared Branching may review customizable consumer marketing material available through CO-OP's Consumer Marketing Program. Registration is required.
CO-OP Shared Branching "Sharing is ..." Marketing Material
CO-OP Mobile Consumer Marketing Material
Mobile Phone Support
Credit unions can promote a link to the Shared Branching Mobile Web site at m.cuservicecenter.com. This will help members locate a shared branch on most mobile phone Web browsers.
In addition, iPhone and iPad users may download a shared branching application at itunes.apple.com/us/app/find-branch/id357607352?mt=8. There is no cost to download this app.
CO-OP Marketing Resource Center
CO-OP Marketing Resource Center (or MARC) provides participating credit unions with customized printing for shared branching literacture, direct mail, promotional products and more! Registration is required. Click here to visit CO-OP Marketing Resource Center.
Shared Branching Marketing Material
While customized marketing material is available through CO-OP Marketing Resource Center, credit unions are encouraged to use any of the material listed below. If any further assistance in sizing or format is required, please contact PaCUSC State Coordinator Sandy Shenk.
Credit unions participating in Shared Branching may publish Newsletter Articles to help educate members on Shared Branching and related services. Credit unions may update or edit Newsletter Articles as they see fit. These include:
Member Letters and MSR Talking Points
Press Release - New Issuer
- Click here for a press release template to announce the availability of shared branching to your members (and potential members) by submitting a press release to your local newspapers, business journals and media.
Credit unions are welcome to use the following web banners and FAQs. Web banners should be pointed to http://www.cuservicecenter.com/ to assist your members in finding a shared branch location.
For assistance or resizing, contact PaCUSC State Coordinator Sandy Shenk.