Discover the Hidden Benefits of Community Outreach

Community Involvement to Maximize Marketing

Are you limiting the impact of your community outreach? Most credit unions are unaware of the importance of leveraging community involvement to maximize marketing efforts.

Helping Your Members Helps Your Brand

Credit unions make a difference in their member’s lives through financial services and community involvement. Innovative Advertising has the tools to help you amplify your community efforts to enhance your brand.

Find Out How We Do It

Learn how Innovative Advertising can identify areas of opportunity and execute tactics designed to elevate your community projects for maximum marketing impact.

When employees live the brand promise it connects you with your community. Innovative can help you develop an authentic corporate culture of engagement.

Award Winning Work

Innovative Advertising was recently honored by the national Telly Awards for work created for Essential Federal Credit Union highlighting their community involvement. Our work was selected from over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents. The Telly Awards honor excellence in television commercials. See our award winning work below.

Innovative earned a coveted Silver Telly Award in the General Bank for Local TV category for “Our Progress” — which introduces Essential’s commitment to addressing food insecurity by discussing the company’s long-standing relationship with the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.

Innovative took home bronze for Essential’s “One Idea.” It promoted their new member sign-up food donation campaign. In all, Essential donated more than 200,000 meals to the food bank.

Innovative also earned bronze for its productions of Essential’s “Our Home” series. These ads emphasized Essential’s investment in and commitment to the communities it operates in every day by showcasing the daily lives and activities of its customers.


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