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Beyond Marketing offers free auto loan materials
LENEXA, Kan. (5/29/12)--Beyond Marketing, LLC, a credit union service organization, has posted its newest set of free advertising materials to its website for credit unions to use in auto loan promotions.

The 2012 auto-loan campaign theme materials "You Joined this Credit Union for a Reason--Low Interest Auto Loans was a Good One," are provided at no charge to any credit union as downloadable art files for a variety of print items, Web banners, in-branch lobby screens and ATM screens.

Credit unions can download the materials and save the art file they wish to use. The materials can be customized with the credit union's logo.

"Our mission is to create a more powerful, successful credit union industry," said Curtis Hays, Beyond Marketing director of strategy. "Helping credit unions market financial products is a big part of what we do every day. This program delivers high-quality, no-cost ad materials designed to bring members to the credit union for a vehicle loan. We believe that's a worthwhile endeavor."

A variety of ready-to-use fee advertising downloads reside on Beyond Marketing's website. Promotional materials for mortgage loans, vacation loans, auto loans, and the benefits of joining a credit union remain online for credit unions to use at any time.

Beyond Marketing established the BFree program's website in 2010. Fully customized ads are also available from Beyond Marketing for credit unions to purchase. The company's recently enhanced website also features a new blog, videos, client testimonials, and an updated portfolio.


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