Five N.J. CUs Awarded Sprint Member Discount Marketing Incentive Checks for 2010

Posted by Marissa Anema Thursday, December 23, 2010 1:38:16 PM

New Jersey credit unions that participated in Sprint's Member Discount Program in 2010 have been reaping the awards by receiving marketing incentive checks for their participation.

West Orange Municipal FCU CEO Sandy Mullins (right) receiving her incentive check from NJCUL's Angel Santos (left).

Angel Santos, NJCUL Business Consultant, recently awarded five credit unions with incentive checks; West Orange Municipal FCU received a check for $128.36, XCEL FCU received a check for $2,831.30, Local 1233 FCU received a check for $232.76, ADP FCU received a check for $2,185.17, and Franklin-St. John's CU received a check for $38.03. A total of 51 N.J. credit unions participated in the program in 2010, receiving checks ranging from $11.16 to $16,214.35.

XCEL FCU President/CEO Linda McFadden (center) and Business Development Executive Tom Quigley (right) holding their check.

The Sprint CU Member Discount Program is a discount program for credit unions to offer their members at no cost. Members of participating credit unions are eligible to receive 10% off most regularly priced Sprint service plans, as well as a waived activation fee on new activations, and a waived upgrade fee. Corporate accounts receive a 15% discount. All discounts are available to new and existing Sprint customers.


(Left to Right) Local 1233 FCU Manager Geraldine Nicholas, Treasurer Herbert Hall, Sr., Asst. Manager Khadija Rover, and MSR Elizabeth Nangles holding their check presented by NJCUL's Angel Santos.

The program is easy to implement and there is no cost for participating. All marketing materials are provided free of charge.


ADP FCU President/CEO Juliet Jaremko (left) and Credit Card Coordinator Zofia Bogusz (right) with their check.

To find out how you can offer this benefit to your members in 2011, contact Angel Santos at 800-792-8861 ext. 109 or


Franklin-St. John's CU Manager/Board Secretary Diane Murray (Left) with her CU's check.


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