Vancouver, Wash.— iQ Credit Union (iQ) was the recipient of two Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Diamond Awards during this month’s Diamond Awards ceremony. Considered the most prestigious annual credit union industry awards, CUNA recognizes and rewards creative excellences and outstanding results in marketing.
iQ won top prize in the following Diamond Award categories:
- Video, Noncommercial, Single – The iQ produced video, “Back To School,” showcased how the credit union partners and supports teachers through orientations and financial literacy for students.
- Video, Noncommercial, Series – iQ’s “Good Things Happen” series is in partnership with local NBC affiliate, KGW-TV. Due to the pandemic, the video series shifted its focus to be more philanthropic to showcase the remarkable work being performed in the communities iQ serves.
“It’s an honor to win such esteemed CUNA awards and be recognized by our peers within the credit union industry,” said Evan Strandberg, who leads iQ Credit Union’s community partnerships and the Good Things Happen collaboration with KGW.
About iQ Credit Union
iQ Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving the Pacific Northwest since 1940. With nearly 90,000 members in Washington and Oregon, the credit union is known for its deep commitment to financial education and community engagement—and for its signature red and black Buffalo plaid colors. iQ helps WAnderers and explORers reach their financial goals by offering honest and friendly advice at any of its 16 branches. More information is available at iQcu.com.