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Minnesota VIP program total is 21 for 2012
ST. PAUL, Minn. (3/7/12)--The Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) welcomed three new  credit union suppliers into its Vendor Involvement Program (VIP) in 2012, bringing the total participants in the program to 21.

VIP is a program in which service organizations work with MnCUN and increase brand visibility among Minnesota credit unions.

Designed to optimize business relationships with Minnesota credit unions, the advertising program offers annual conference packages that provide the companies exposure to a target audience, an online company listing and an advertisement on MnCUN's website.

Participants also receive opportunities to participate in new MnCUN initiatives. 

New vendors include:

  • Range Printing;
  • sbaStrategies; and
  • Skilcraft Plus.
"At a time when companies are looking to get the most out of their advertising budgets, this program provides specific opportunities to target potential clients and can help create brand loyalty among credit unions," said John Ferstl, MnCUN vice president of network service corporation.

Participants in MnCUN's VIP agree to offer professional service, quality product lines and competitive pricing. The companies must appreciate the qualities that make credit unions unique and understand the importance of providing the best service possible to Minnesota's credit union members. Participation in VIP does not constitute an endorsement by the MnCUN.


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