5 breakthrough ways to easily connect with millennials

first_imgMillennials are expected to overtake baby boomers in 2015 as the largest generation in the U.S., and with this in mind, it’s no wonder credit unions are eager to figure out how to improve tactics to fit in with millennial behavior.But how do you go about connecting millennials with your credit union? The answer is in the question itself. You have to connect with them. There may be a gap between credit unions and millennials, but we have some expert tips on how to bridge it. Here are five ways to connect with this essential demographic:1. Go heavy on video contentWe spoke to Jonathan, age 22, about how he likes to learn. He said that he is a visual person and loves to watch videos. This is a millennial norm. Maker Studios is the largest distributor of short-form video content in the world. They receive 11 billion monthly views, with 60 percent of their viewers between ages 13 and 34. Millennials are watching videos, and they’re watching lots of them. continue reading » 49SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Solskjaer: Martial taking tips off Ighalo

first_img Loading… Martial, 24, has moved from the wing into a more central role this season following the departure of Romelu Lukaku. It has seemingly worked as the Frenchman has scored 19 across all competitions, and Solskjaer says he is getting tips of his teammates. “Odion is a seasoned No.9,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports. “He’s played that position his whole career whereas Anthony has played more out on the wing. “Odion is helping on the training pitch, in terms of his movement, hold-up play and just being himself. Anthony’s learning off an experienced centre-forward.” On Martial’s move to a number nine role, Solskjaer says he will keep challenging the former Monaco man.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Absolutely Unique Facts About Kanye8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowItalians Go Out On Balconies To Sing & Play Various InstrumentsThe Best Cars Of All Time6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own Eyescenter_img Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said Anthony Martial ‘is learning off’ veteran teammate, Odion Ighalo. “It’s the first season that he’s really playing as a No.9; he’s had to have that burden of the shirt and be that central focus through the middle,” he added. “Sometimes that’s not easy when you play for Manchester United but he knows that we trust him and I think he knows that we want him to keep developing. “We’ll keep challenging him. There are always players in and around the team – and outside the club – who would want to be No.9 for Manchester United. There’s always pressure on a centre-forward but so far, he’s performed really well.” Solskjaer continued: “He’s playing with a smile on his face. read also:Ighalo makes FA Cup Quarter-final Team after United victory “Anthony has had a really good season, he’s been really important for us. We felt it during the couple of months he was out injured; we struggled. “But he knows that we trust him. He knows that we’ll have patience with him and that we’ll keep working with him.”last_img read more

Shooting in Rising Sun results in another arrest

first_imgRising Sun,IN—Prosecutor Lynn Deddens announced Monday that charges have been filed and an arrest made in a March 2020 shooting. Joseph Louden, 21, of Rising Sun, was arrested and charged with multiple felonies related to the March 3 incident.Louden originally reported to police that at approximately 5 am on March 3rd, that he was held at gunpoint in his driveway and robbed of $6,400.00. He initially reported that the money was to be used to purchase a vehicle, but later told detectives the money was to be used to buy a large quantity of Percocet. According to Louden, as he was driving down his driveway, an unknown white male, later identified as Sean Murphy, was limping down the drive. Louden said he was assisting Murphy to his vehicle when a masked individual approached him and placed a gun at his side. Louden told detectives he recognized the masked individual as Jesse Michel, based on his height, tattoos, and voice. Michel told Louden to give him the bag containing the money and threatened to shoot him if he did not hand it over. Louden reported that the two men then started kicking and punching him and Michel took the bag with the cash and ran away. Louden told police he then went to his vehicle, grabbed a handgun, and started shooting at the two men as they ran away. Michel returned fire as he continued running up the driveway. After the shooting stopped, Louden reported he turned around and returned to his residence.Sean Murphy was located at approximately 5:30 am in his vehicle on Hartford Pike by a motorist. He was sitting in his vehicle with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The motorist called 911 and Murphy was transported to High Point Health and then to the University of Cincinnati Hospital. Murphy was shot four times as he was running away and as a result of his injuries, lost his spleen and part of his intestines.Upon further investigation, police located and interviewed Marcus Donald. Donald told detectives that Louden asked him if he knew anyone that sold large quantities of Percocet. Donald knew Louden was looking to purchase 200, 30mg pills. According to Donald, he was able to set up a drug transaction for Louden with a person from Lima, Ohio and the transaction was to take place during the early morning hours of March 3, 2020.Cell phone records obtained by police show text messages about the transaction and support Donald’s statements. Also discovered on Louden’s cell phone were several messages in reference to selling Percocet to other individuals and videos of him with Michel, often with guns. When Michel was arrested, similar evidence was found on Michel’s cell phone.The quantity of Percocet Louden attempted to possess and sell was approximately 6 grams of Oxycodone.Louden was arrested on Friday, June 5 and charged on allegations of Attempted Dealing in a Narcotic Drug, with an enhancing circumstance involving a firearm; Attempted Possession of a Narcotic Drug over 5 Grams but Less than 10 grams, with an enhancing circumstance involving a firearm; Aggravated Battery; and Battery with a Deadly Weapon.last_img read more

UW to play for third-straight title with win over Harvard

first_imgJACK RENDULICH/Associated PressDULUTH, Minn ? Jinelle Zaugg scored twice and Jessie Vetter made 33 saves to help two-time defending champion Wisconsin beat Harvard 4-1 on Thursday in the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four semifinals.Erika Lawler and Jasmine Giles also scored and Meghan Duggan had two assists for the fourth-ranked Badgers (29-8-3). Wisconsin will face Minnesota Duluth in the title game Saturday in a rematch of the Badgers’ 4-1 championship victory last year.Minnesota Duluth beat New Hampshire 3-2 in the second semifinal.Top-ranked Harvard (32-2-0) lost for the first time in 22 games. It was just the second time this season that Harvard allowed more than two goals ? both were losses.After Jen Brawn gave the Crimson a 1-0 first-period lead, Lawler and Giles scored 2 minutes apart early in the second. Zaugg scored on a feed from Lawler midway through the second to make it 3-1, and off a feed from Mallory Deluce early in the third period.Wisconsin coach Mark Johnson said Lawler’s goal was a turning point, improving the Badgers’ mental outlook and energy level.“Being down one-nothing after the first period, I think we played exceptionally well because both sides were hesitant and a little nervous,” Johnson said. “I sort of relate it to a pingpong game where the puck is going back and forth. You know, Erika’s goal kind of calmed everyone down.”last_img read more

Just over a third of Cerro Gordo County absentee ballots for Tuesday’s primary not yet returned

first_imgMASON CITY — Cerro Gordo County election officials say just over a third of the absentee ballots for next Tuesday’s primary election have not been returned. County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Adam Wedmore says as of Wednesday, 1972 of the 5378 absentee ballots requested in the county are outstanding. An absentee ballot that is hand delivered to the auditor’s office must be delivered by 9:00 PM on election night to be counted. A voter may personally deliver a voted absentee ballot to the office or designate another person to do so. A mailed absentee ballot received after Election Day must bear a legible postmark dated prior to Election Day and must be received in the county auditor’s office by noon on Monday June 8th. Voters should mail their voted absentee ballot early to ensure it is received on time and be aware that there’s no guarantee postmarks will be stamped onto mail. If you have any questions you can contact the county auditor’s office at 421-3041 or visit the county’s website cgcounty.org.last_img read more