Ohio credit unions do amazing things worth celebrating

Published by: Jamila Collins

June 16, 2021 | Community & Networking

Time is running out to submit your credit union application for the Ohio Credit Union League’s annual awards program. This recognition opportunity is designed to encourage and appreciate distinguished credit unions demonstrating extraordinary community outreach, financial education, and member service.

For every submission that wins in each category, recipients will receive a physical award to display at your credit union, digital marketing to display on your credit union’s website, Social media recognition to  share with your members, and League assistance getting the word out to local media and credit union news sources.

It is easy to enter.  Log into the new online submission platform (new users will be prompted to create log-in information before accessing the site). Once logged in, select a submission link to complete your entry. You can edit, save, and manage your submission progress at any time. All nominations must be completed by June 30, 2021, after which online application access will close.

For answers regarding the Leadership Recognition Program, contact Jamila Collins.

Contact Jamila Collins for questions or assistance.

Jamila Collins
Jamila Collins Advocacy Coordinator E: jcollins@ohiocul.org
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