Kearley & Co. celebrates year of award-winning campaigns

FORTH WORTH, TX (November 21, 2013) — Kearley & Co, a strategic marketing and branding firm that has worked with credit unions for 32 years, recently celebrated a number of Pinnacle Awards from the Cornerstone Credit Union League and Diamond Awards from CUNA.

The agency’s award-winning work on behalf of Fort Worth City Credit Union was recognized by Cornerstone’s diverse panel of judges in the categories of Annual Report, Card Design and Direct Mail Campaign. The agency’s work for Unity One Credit Union was also recognized in the Complete Campaign category.

Formerly known as the Lone Star Awards, the Pinnacle Awards are highly competitive and chosen based on achievement. The purpose of the awards is to recognize credit unions for the innovation, time and resources that are put into championing and promoting the benefits of credit union membership.

“It’s always a thrill to see our clients win awards for the campaigns we’ve helped them develop,” said Elisa Rode, Chief Executive Officer of Kearley & Co. “Our team really takes the time to understand each credit union client and is able to communicate the value of credit union membership effectively – whether it is through digital media, print, or the retail look of a branch.”

Earlier this year, Kearley & Co’s work in the areas of Annual Report, Retail and Branding on behalf of Educational Systems Federal Credit Union was recognized by CUNA’s Diamond Awards. Diamond Award judges independently review the entries in each category and score them based on criteria including: Strategy and Results, Creativity, Design and Production, Copy and Communication.

About Kearley & Co.

Specializing in strategic marketing, branding and retail design, Kearley & Co. has been helping clients for 32 years. Located in Fort Worth, Texas, our creative team works hard every day to innovate and inspire. Our expertise reaches across several industries, but we specialize in financial institutions, particularly credit unions. Learn more at

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