LANSING, Mich. — LAFCU’s marketing campaign introducing the credit union’s new “vertical” credit cards has won two gold awards in the 2019 MAC Awards. The national competition recognizes successful marketing efforts by credit unions.
Sue Stock, Marketing/Sale Rep with Sparrow Health System’s Occupational Health team, Lansing, MI, drops by the MBN studio to review some topics with Chris Holman. They discuss the value of Sparrow's Occupational Health program for employers. Sparrow has the only hospital-based Occ. Health program in Lansing, giving them access to various specialists, and Sparrow has the only local program with board-certified Occ. Health specialists on staff.
Credit union veteran working to ensure loan services meet current needs across state
LANSING, Mich. — LAFCU has announced the appointment of Jason Smith as chief lending officer.
In this position, Smith serves as principal advisor to the LAFCU CEO and board of directors concerning lending strategies and risk management. The 20-year veteran of credit unions joined LAFCU in 2018 when it merged with Lansing Postal Community Credit Union of which Smith was CEO/general manager. He has been serving as LAFCU vice president of product and strategy.
HOLT, Mich. — Moore Trosper Construction Company, based in Holt, Michigan, completed the site work for the Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument, dedicated July 27.
Justin Tuck will be responsible for operations, including teller and lending functions as well as staff supervision, at the South Lansing and Collins Road branches effective Aug. 12. He’ll also represent LAFCU in the community.
As Human Resources Generalist, Amy Thelen will oversee recruiting, benefits administration and retiree relations.
Mike Price is the Executive Director of the Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA), an organization he helped found in 2005. The GLSA is the leading voice for sport tourism in the Capital region and strives to generate economic impact through sport, while also improving the quality of life for area residents. The GLSA has also been recognized as a best practice sports commission, having received numerous recognition from the National Association of Sports Commissions, including being recognized as “Sports Commission of the Year”.
Jeffrey Mosher catches up with Dylan McConnell, a student at Cornerstone, who was attending the Youth Entrepreneur Summit in Detroit. He is just one example, with his t-shirt company, of a Detroit teen changing his life and the common narrative about Michigan. He's a Senior who started a business in 8th grade. Founder+ Owner of Heir Customs. While also attending Cornerstone Health + Technology High School.
Jeffrey Mosher speaks with Mazy Gillis, Vice President of Human Resources, Americas, Guardian Industries, Auburn Hills, MI. She discusses the 2nd Annual YE Summit and why it is so important for companies like Guardian to support students becoming entrepreneurs and helping to improve business curriculum.