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Adopt a fuzzy monster today!

Too bad all your monsters aren’t this fuzzy.

‘Tis the season of spooky, so it’s the perfect time to talk about credit union monsters – and find new homes for a few more of our snuggly, fuzzy, freaky friends!

Here on the Shared iDiz blog, we’ve helped credit union marketers all over the country tame all kinds of scary credit union monsters. Everything from Digital Marketing Demons, to Wimpy Websites, wrinkly Member Aging Monsters, yawning Monsters of Meh, the dreaded sticky, icky Sludge Monster, and many more.

And now we’re trying to find homes for a few much friendlier, fuzzier monsters. You could even call them “cuddly”, maybe even cute, and we promise they won’t bite (well, maybe a little nibble here and there, but they don’t eat much.)

So how do you adopt a monster for yourself?

Take our Masters of Monsterology Quiz

Just answer a few quick quiz questions and prove you’re a credit union creature of some sort. The answers are all easy to find in our Credit Union Monster articles. Heck, we’ll even give you the links!

We’ll send you a cuddly fuzzy wuzzy monster to raise as your very own! (Plus we might even include a copy of our newly published Marketing Monsters Edition of Shared iDiz book #4.)

Ready? Let’s go!

Masters of Monsterology Quiz
Make the right choices to fill in the blanks with the appropriate words and phrases from the articles!
Our fuzzy monsters can only thrive in a caring, member-oriented, not-for-profit environment.

Got monsters? Of course you do. Let’s tame them together! Set up your free Monster Mash Mind Meld today.

Rules? Oh yeah, we probably need a few to keep Compliance happy. At least the first 25 respondents with correct answers will get monsters, so answer early. Please make sure you include an accurate shipping address for mailing. One monster per person, please. (Supplies are limited, so don’t be greedy.) Monsters need good homes, so you must work for a credit union, as monsters will only be sent to credit union addresses. We reserve the right to limit the number of monsters we send to any one credit union. We also reserve the right to end this offer early, or handle any sort of manipulation of this offer in whatever way we see fit. Okay, that should cover most everything.

Brian Wringer

Former watermelon farmer Brian Wringer wears several hats for iDiz Incorporated, including Web Projects Manager, Wordsmith, and Big Idea Guy. He builds better credit unions by day and weird old motorcycles by night.

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