Welcome, PCU, to the world of blogging!

On March 1, 2007 Piedmont Credit Union launched Member Connect to test the waters of the Internet 2.0 world. I hope that this forum will become a place that fosters the cooperative, “people helping people” attitude that has driven Piedmont Credit Union since its creation. Since 1969 our credit union has grown from serving local educators to serving educators across Southside Virginia as well as employees from almost 50 Dan River Region business. For our credit union to continue to thrive it will need that same spirit of teamwork to be shared by all of our members, volunteers, and employees. So if you are a Piedmont Credit Union member or if you simply have an interest in credit unions, financial cooperatives, or just want to leave your feedback, please leave a post or comment on our new blog. Together we can keep making a difference for years to come!

In the future I hope to post some helpful information about what’s new at the credit union. Your comments are welcome.

-Dan Veasey
Piedmont Credit Union

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3 Responses to Welcome, PCU, to the world of blogging!

  1. Trey Reeme says:

    Dan, Rock on! Just found your blog, and have added it to our blogroll and to my RSS feeds.

    Welcome, indeed!

  2. terrell says:

    Hi Dan. Welcome to the blogosphere!

    I’ve added you to my blog roll as well. Thanks for the shout out on EverythingCUMarketing.com.

  3. […] our initial post “Welcome, PCU to the world of blogging!” it was stated, “I hope that this forum will become a place that fosters the cooperative, […]

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