Spread the word
PCS Credit Union is keen to spread the word about its activities and benefits to PCS members.
Are you running a promotional activity and could either distribute some promotional materials or invite a representative to attend?
Some ideas for promotional activity are:
Have a credit union stand at your next Learning at Work day,
Speak about the credit union at your branch's AGM,
Do a desk drop around your workplace or at any PCS meetings that are held.
A selection of promotional materials are available including posters, and promotional leaflets about Online Joining. Request one of the credit union pull-up banners to really make an impact.
Small giveaways, currently post-it notes and pens, are also available on request. To order any promotional materials, please contact the PCS Office (LINK) giving as many details as possible.
Electronic copies of the credit union application form and rules booklet can also be downloaded, for promotion via email or posting on intranets or electronic notice boards. These are also available to download from the PCS document library.
We are also happy to provide updates for newsletters and other circulars. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request including details of the publication. At least three weeks' notice is requested wherever possible.
PCS Credit Union has produced a variety of support materials to assist in the promotion of the credit union. These include information sheets for stallholders, covering the main benefits of the credit union, as well as a question and answer sheet and model PowerPoint presentation. Please email email@example.com for further details.
Representatives and speakers
If you would like a credit union representative or speaker to attend your event, a minimum of three weeks’ notice is requested. Please contact the credit union office if you would like to request someone to attend your event.
However please bear in mind that due to the voluntary nature of this work, the wide-geographical spread and T&S costs this may not always be possible.