Credit unions interested in learning more about the New York Credit Union Association’s prize-linked savings program Lucky Savers are invited to view a complimentary, informational on-demand recording of a recent webinar and panel discussion.
Credit unions are strongly encouraged to enroll in Lucky Savers, a popular program that allows members of participating credit unions to win money while they save. Additionally, Lucky Savers helps advance the credit union mission of “people helping people” by providing members with a way to build good savings habits with the added excitement of more traditional games of chance.
“It truly is a feel-good product that you can offer your members, that pretty much runs itself after the initial implementation,” said Kelly Pfeiffer, assistant manager of Western New York Federal Credit Union.
Other credit unions agree. “Visions has been a part of the program since the beginning,” said Mandy DeHate, Visions FCU AVP of marketing. “The Lucky Savers program adds a little fun into our typical product offerings and we always look forward to seeing who our next winner will be!”
Luke Heptig, marketing and events specialist at CFCU Community Credit Union, said Lucky Savers is “a great way to improve your personal connections to your members, while providing a great product.”
The webinar includes an overview of the Lucky Savers program presented by the Association’s director of member relations, Chris Pajak, followed by a facilitated Q&A session with four panelists from credit unions of varying size and location who have been running successful Lucky Savers programs at their credit unions. Viewers will also learn best practices and tips for a successful program.
Credit unions that are new to the program will need to fully execute a contract and provide all required implementation documents to the New York Credit Union Association by Aug. 31 in order to start their program on Oct. 1.
More information about the Lucky Savers program and a link to the on-demand recording can be accessed here.