ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This is placeholder text continue reading » This post is currently collecting data… With more payment options available than ever before to consumers, keeping your credit union card top of wallet can be challenging in today’s competitive landscape. A standout card can strengthen your credit union’s brand and drive member engagement. Here are some tactics to consider that can help get your traditional and digital cards to stand out to cardholders.Debit, credit, ATM and prepaid cards that you issue members represent a tactile and visual connection to your brand and value. For instance, metal cards have grown in popularity as a sturdy status symbol. Here are some questions to address as you plan your card strategies:Are you offering various print options, i.e. traditional (embossed) lettering or flat, unraised lettering, or laser printing? And more importantly in today’s COVID-19 environment, is your card contactless?Is your card vibrant? Using various color options, card finishes, color cores and magstripe options can bring your card to life.
With its action, the Scotia-Glenville School District joins with Niskayuna and Mohonasen school districts in providing this recognition and benefit to its veterans.We believe that all communities throughout Schenectady County value and desire to help their veterans. We look forward to the Schalmont school district, Schenectady City School District and Duanesburg Central school district adopting the Alternative Veterans’ Exemption.Robert J. SerottaPatricia MontoneSchenectadyThe writers are, respectively, commander and Auxiliary commander. The letter was signed by Greg Melita, Adjutant; Walter Schlegel, Sgt.-at-Arms; James Bleser, treasurer and Kurt von Maucher, chaplain.More from The Daily Gazette:Motorcyclist injured in Thursday afternoon Schenectady crashTroopers: Schenectady pair possessed heroin, crack cocaine in Orange County Thruway stopSchenectady department heads: Budget cutbacks would further stress already-stretched departmentsSchenectady High School senior class leaders look to salvage sense of normalcySchenectady police reform sessions pivot to online Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion The members of Lt. Vibert O. Fryer, Chapter 88 of the Disabled American Veterans and our Auxiliary, wish to thank the Scotia-Glenville school board for its recent actions and the adoption of the Alternative Veterans’ Exemption.We are also grateful for the veterans and community members who showed up for school board meetings and public hearings to express their overwhelming support for veterans. The Scotia-Glenville community clearly showed that it supports and respects its veterans and men and women currently serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.