Press Release

PSECU Wins MarCom Awards for Third Consecutive Year

Harrisburg, PA - November 16, 2016 - PSECU is proud to announce that for the third consecutive year, the credit union's Marketing Department has been recognized by the MarCom Awards. This is an international competition for marketing and communications professionals with entries being received from 34 countries. For 2016, the credit union entered 15 pieces into the competition and received recognition for each piece.

The credit union received five Platinum awards, the highest designation in the competition. These pieces included PSECU's Random Acts of Freeness lifestyle media on college campuses, It's Over Big Bank marketing materials, Creating Opportunities for Pennsylvania government relations publication, 2015 Community Report Card, and the Banking on a Difference social responsibility brand platform.

PSECU won five Gold awards, the second highest designation in the competition, for three of their mixed media campaigns and two additional marketing pieces. The credit union also received five honorable mentions for pieces from their marketing, event, and financial literacy libraries.

PSECU's Marketing Department handles much of the credit union's design work internally, taking the ideas from each piece from conception to completion in-house. "My team always strives to take PSECU to the next level. I am proud that the MarCom Awards has recognized the great work that they do for the third year in a row," says Barb Bowker, Vice President of Marketing and Membership Development for PSECU.


Opened in 1934, PSECU was founded by 22 ordinary people who made an extraordinary commitment to each other: To create a financial institution where pooled resources benefit all members. Today, we are a full-service credit union serving more than 400,000 members and have over $4 billion in assets. As a not-for-profit financial institution, our goal remains to help our members and their families achieve a better life. For more information on how we contribute to the greater good, view our Community Report Card.