CU Solutions Group Wins Design Awards 

For the fourth year, CU Solutions Group’s marketing design team has earned American Graphic Design Awards from Graphic Design USA. CU Solutions Group, an affiliate of MCUL, won six awards this year, bringing its total in recent years to 14.

It has also been the recipient of numerous other prestigious awards such as the CUNA Diamond Awards (5), CUNA Pro and Blockbuster Awards (2) and the Marketing Association of Credit Unions Awards (2) for its accomplishments in marketing, websites and social media.

The American Graphic Design Awards is one of the largest national design competitions and honors outstanding work in all forms of media from print and collateral to interactive design and motion graphics. The group bestowed CU Solutions Group with the following 2012 awards:

“I’m proud that we have such a strong team that is able to create consistently exceptional pieces of work,” CU Solutions Group CEO David Adams. “It’s a wonderful honor that this quality of work has been recognized by the American Graphic Design Awards for so many years. It’s recognition like this that showcases the level of work our marketing team is able to produce for our clients.”

Past American Graphic Design Awards were earned for the work CU Solutions Group’s marketing team created for clients including CUNA, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and for the General Motors partnership with the credit union membership enhancement program Invest in America. To view the company’s award-winning work, visit

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