DECEMBER 1, 2013
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KOHLER, Wis. —Kohler CreditUnion has received a MarComAward from the Association of Marketing & Communication Pro-fessionals (AMCP). MarComAwards is an international creativecompetition that recognizes out-standing achievement by market-ing and communication professionals. Kohler CreditUnion’s marketing efforts gar-nered a Gold Award for their Paid-in-10 campaign. This is the sixthconsecutive year that Kohler Credit Union has won a MarComAward.Laura Gabrielse, marketing di-rector, says of the award, “I amfortunate enough to work at an or-ganization that sees value in beingcreative and different in how weadvertise and go to market. That,coupled with a great marketingteam, leads to non ‘cookie-cutter’ideas to promote Kohler CreditUnion and what we have to offer.It’s an added bonus when MarComAwards recognizes the uniquenessand creativity of our advertising.” There were over 6,500 entriesfrom throughout the United States,Canada, and several other coun-tries. Entries come from corporatemarketing and communication de- partments, advertising agencies,PR firms, design shops, productioncompanies and freelancers. Thecompetition has grown to perhapsthe largest of its kind in the world.A look at the winners shows arange in size from individual com-municators to media conglomer-ates and Fortune 500 companies.Judges are industry profession-als who look for companies and in-dividuals whose talent exceeds ahigh standard of excellence andwhose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. The competitionhas grown to perhaps the largest of its kind in the world.Kohler Credit Union is a $259million not-for-profit, financial co-operative, owned and governed byits members. Membership is opento anyone who lives or works inSheboygan, Ozaukee, Calumet,Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, or Washington County.
Kohler CreditUnion wins MarCom award
Kohler girls play during half-timeof UWGBPhoenix game
On Friday, November 8 theKohler 7th and 8th grade girls bas-ketball teams played against eachother at half-time of the UW-GreenBay Phoenix women’s game ver-sus the University of Northern Illi-nois. The girls were thrilled tohave the opportunity to play on theKress Center court and honoredthe occasion by playing hard for six minutes in front of a crowd of 1,900 spectators.
8 th Grade Team, fr ont from lef t: Tilydia X iong, M eg Biznek , Maddie Al brecht, K aleigh Roeder, Grac e Pelligri no, Catheri ne Coulson, Franc esS chueller. 7th Grad e Team members inc lude: Fr ont row (lef t to right): Elly Chl oe Bohn, C ecelia Z ielke and E mma Eg bert.
7th Grade Team Members include (front from left): Alivia Hundt, Kate O’Leary, Emma Egbert, Molly Thomack, Sami Renzelmann, Elly Udovich, Sarah Sobecki, Darya Wolniak, Cecelia Zielke and Chloe Bohn.
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Cecelia Zielke, Kohler 7th grader, and Kaleigh Roeder, Kohler 8th grader, tip off for their game during half-time of the UW-Green Bay Phoenix game.