City of Boston Credit Union Earns Three MAC Awards

City of Boston Credit Union, one of the oldest Credit Unions in the United States, announced its marketing team was selected for two gold and one silver award by the Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC). 

Awards were as follows: 

• Gold – Category: Video – Boston Historic Sports Spot (https://youtu.be/8kCqCOvJPyE)

• Gold – Category: Image Enhancement/Public Relations – Investment in Women’s Athletics Campaign (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcwrFMw_VdgLxCW9uJ06WvdHewgA95Apa)

• Silver – Category: Product Development – Oops Proof Auto Loan

“As one of the oldest Credit Unions in the country, we have continued to evolve throughout our history while making sure to keep our dedication to our membership at the very forefront,” said City of Boston Credit Union Chairman of the Board Gregory Rooney. “People Helping People is the Credit Union philosophy, and we are proud to be recognized by the Marketing Association of Credit Unions for showcasing that philosophy!”

By providing financial assistance, education, and supporting local businesses and organizations, the credit union takes great pride in serving the community. The subjects of national awards highlight the philosophies of CBCU and the values we uphold. The Credit Union prides itself on being small enough to have deep relationships with each of member but big enough to meet all of their financial needs. CBCU aims to support all members through every one of life’s milestones and is grateful to be recognized for their hard work. 

For more information on how to become a member of the City of Boston Credit Union, visit https://www.cityofbostoncu.com or a branch location.

Since 1915, the City of Boston Credit Union has provided its members with personal, convenient and value-priced financial services that support them through all of life’s milestones. Big enough to serve all your needs, and small enough to know what they are, the City of Boston Credit Union fosters a culture where relationships matter. As a credit union, we are owned by and accountable to our members, who each have an equal vote in our direction, regardless of the size of their accounts. We believe we have a responsibility to support the health and wealth of our members and their communities, and over the past five years have donated over $2.4 million to hundreds of local organizations. For more information, visit CityofBostonCU.com.

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