Coosa Valley Credit Union was recently honored with four MAC Awards in the marketing, advertising, branding and community engagement categories from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions, which recognizes outstanding marketing and business development achievements in the credit union industry nationwide.
CVCU received Gold Awards for Culture/Internal Branding, Community Engagement and Video Marketing and a Bronze Award for Outdoor Advertising. “It’s an honor to be recognized among our peers who all do such incredible work in the industry. Coosa Valley Credit Union has made great strides with our brand and elevating market awareness, affinity, member loyalty and penetration in a highly-competitive market,” said Stephanie Graves, Vice President of Marketing for Coosa Valley Credit Union.
The Marketing Association of Credit Unions usually celebrates its MAC Awards at an annual conference, but this year, due to the pandemic, announced winners in 21 categories through a virtual awards ceremony. For more information on the MAC Awards or to view the entire list of winners, visit http://www.macnetwork.org/awards/.
Headquartered at 2010 Redmond Circle in Rome, GA, Coosa Valley Credit Union also has branches in Cartersville, Ringgold, Rockmart, Rome, and Cedartown and serves individuals and businesses in Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Paulding, Polk, Walker and Whitfield counties. Learn more about CVCU at http://www.mycvcu.org.
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Five years ago, Bay City Point was already in the works with plans to bring a new wave of retail and dining options to town. They never anticipated a Cat five hurricane or a global pandemic. But they still don’t regret their decision to build in the area.
Wright Ledbetter, chief operating officer of R.H. Ledbetter Properties, said in terms of purchasing the property, their timing couldn’t have been better.
“We know anecdotally that they’d been approached by numerous developers over the years to sell their property and it was never the right time for them,” Ledbetter said. Because of the quality of the location, we had the opportunity to redevelop the entire 35-acre parcel.”
Rome Floyd Development Authority meets Tuesday. On the agenda for the 7:30 a.m. meeting in the conference room at 800 Broad St.:
- Ball Container Bond Documents
- Kerry EDGE Resolution
- GREIA Meeting – Sept. 16
- Intergovernmental Agreement.
- Closed meeting for real estate purposes.