CO-OP Shared Branch Branding Campaign
CO-OP Shared Branch is the new brand for the national shared branching network. PaCUSC will be assisting Pennsylvania and Delaware credit unions communicate the new brand to members.
Credit unions will receive a “launch kit” in mid-July. While you may share this information with volunteers and staff, please do not release this material to your members prior to Tuesday, August 13 – the official launch of the new brand.
The following graphic guidelines and logos are available for you to download.
CO-OP Shared Branch Usage Guide
SharedBranchLogo jpg format
SharedBranchLogo eps format
SharedBranchLogo png format
Mobile Phone Support
Credit unions can promote a link to the Shared Branching Mobile Web site at m.cuservicecenter.com. This will help members locate a shared branch on most mobile phone Web browsers.
In addition, iPhone and iPad users may download a shared branching application at itunes.apple.com/us/app/find-branch/id357607352?mt=8. There is no cost to download this app.
CO-OP Marketing Material
CO-OP has a Marketing Portal with marketing material from inserts to posters and so much more. Your credit union will need to register to have access to the website - register for access at www.co-opfs.org/marketingportalaccess. Once you have received access, you will be able to log on to the website at http://www.systemaxsolutions.com/systemas-e-solutions/ to see the material available to your credit union. If your credit union is part of the CO-OP ATM Network, you already have access to the CO-OP Marketing Material via their Extranet, so you will not need to log on at the above website - simply log on to the Marketing Portal (www.co-opfs.org/MarketingPortal) with your existing logon.
Shared Branching Marketing Material
While customized marketing material is available through the CO-OP Marketing website, credit unions are encouraged to use any of the material listed below. If any further assistance in sizing or format is required, please contact PaCUSC State Coordinator Sandy Shenk.
Credit unions participating in Shared Branching may publish Newsletter Articles to help educate members on Shared Branching and related services. Credit unions may update or edit Newsletter Articles as they see fit. These include:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)