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Remind Members to Beware of Facebook Scams


Social media platforms provide a way to connect with your current membership and reach potential members. Every credit union should have a presence on at least one—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

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Use Social Media to Contact Lawmakers During Hike the Hill June 17 - 19


Credit union leaders from around the state of Missouri will Hike the Hill in Washington D.C. next week, June 17-19. Hike the Hill is an opportunity to share credit union concerns and issues with federal lawmakers and their staff.

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Bankers Take Aim at Credit Union Tax Status


Bankers are sending social media messages to members of the Missouri Congressional delegation attacking the credit union tax status. Using the #Time2Pay hashtag, bankers are directing an increased number of tweets to legislative offices. (See right.)

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Missouri Credit Unions Front & Center During Virtual Rally


Credit unions in Missouri did their part to share the "Don’t Tax My Credit Union" message with lawmakers during Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) first ever virtual rally on October 2.

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Missouri Urged to Ramp Up Don’t Tax My Credit Union Efforts


Credit unions in Missouri, along with credit unions nationwide, are urged to ramp up “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” efforts as members of Congress head back to Washington, D.C. on Sept. 9. 

As of Sept. 6, Missouri federal lawmakers have received 12,610 contacts from the “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” website.

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Utilizing Social Media for S. 2231


Credit union leaders are encouraged to contact Missouri’s U.S. Senators and ask for their support of S. 2231, the Credit Union Small Business Jobs Bill.  Social media is another way to get the word out about member business lending and engage your members.  Both Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) and Sen. Roy Blunt (R) are active on Facebook and Twitter. 

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