Credit unions can anticipate receiving their requested full share contribution amounts for the 2014 CU Link cooperative advertising campaign on their Credit Union System Invoice being mailed this month. The DMA formulas for 2014 did not change, but the requested amounts may have increased or decreased depending on shifts in a credit union’s assets or membership.
Fundraising got an early start when 55 credit unions contributed their 2013 MCUL dues rebate to the 2014 campaign—totaling more than $138,000. Credit unions contributing their rebate were: Allegan Community FCU, Alpena Alcona Area CU, Alpena Community CU, Ann Arbor Postal FCU, Baraga County FCU, BestSource CU, Bissell Employees CU, Calcite CU, Chief Financial FCU, Christian Financial CU, Communicating Arts CU, Community Alliance CU, Community Choice CU, Community Financial CU, Community West CU, Cornerstone Community Financial CU, CP FCU, Credit Union Advantage Delta County CU, Dort FCU ELGA CU, Family Financial CU, Federal Employees of Chippewa County CU, Financial Plus FCU, First General CU, Generations Family FCU, Gogebic County FCU, Greater Niles Community FCU, Honor CU, Jackson Community FCU, LAFCU, Lakes Community CU, Lakeshore FCU, Lincoln Park Community CU, Meijer CU, Metropolitan Church Of God CU, Michigan Educational CU, Michigan First CU, Munising Community CU, NuPath Community CU, Owosso WBC FCU, Peoples Trust CU, Portland FCU, River Valley CU, Service 1 FCU, Settlers FCU, South Central CU, Sunrise Family CU, Tandem FCU, TBA CU, Total Community CU, Trenary Co-op FCU, U.P. State CU, Wayne-Westland FCU and Wildfire CU.
As 2013 comes to an end, the CU Link campaign celebrates a number of successes over the last 12 months including:
We look forward to another great year for CU Link and to your credit union’s participation. Questions about the 2014 campaign can be directed to your league representative or email@example.com.