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Marketing Association of Credit Unions Honors Greater Texas|Aggieland with Five Awards

AUSTIN, June 15, 2023Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union took home five awards from the annual Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC).

Aggieland Credit Union, a subsidiary of Greater Texas, was honored with two awards for its work with Texas A&M University’s Integrated Business Exchange (IBE). The program, part of the credit union’s close relationship with the university, was recognized with a Silver award for Financial Education and a Bronze award in the Sponsorship category. The IBE is a multi-faceted program that provides business-level financial education, mentoring, and seed funding for businesses created by masters-level students.

Greater Texas went home with three awards this year. The credit union received a Silver award for its redesigned annual report, which pays homage to the “Traditions of Texas.”

It’s newly redesigned Great News! member newsletter was also a winner, receiving a Bronze award. The credit union was also recognized with a Silver award for its specially designed All Stars logo used for an internal recognition program.

The MAC awards were presented during the annual award banquet held this year in Nashville.

“These awards recognize the excellent campaigns our internal marketing team is generating,” said Sidney Henderson, Vice President of Marketing at Greater Texas|Aggieland Credit Union. “Our team continues to develop campaigns and programs that make our brand stand out.”

About Greater Texas

Greater Texas Credit Union, founded in 1952, is a financial cooperative that emphasizes community stewardship, charitable giving, and employee volunteerism through its Greater Good initiative. Together with its subsidiary, Aggieland Credit Union – which serves the Brazos Valley – the credit union offers a wide variety of consumer-oriented banking services to its 80,000 members across the state of Texas. Greater Texas has locations in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Bryan-College Station, Edinburg, and the Dallas-Ft. Worth market with assets of nearly $1B