Dollar Dog Kids Club Launches New Web site

uncommn Marketing Partners has launched a new Web site for its Dollar Dog Kids Club®. The savings program focuses on teaching money skills to credit unions’ youngest members through fun activities and rewards. See the new site at

So, what does this mean?

It means it’s now easier than ever for clients to promote Dollar Dog to members.
With downloadable and printable activity pages and branch flyers, as well as customizable social media copy and new social media graphics that you use on your credit union’s personal social media pages, it is now easier than ever to connect, interact, and engage with the youngest members of your credit union! Not a member yet? Email to get started.

It means greater collaboration.
Their Dollar Dog Kids Club® clients asked for the chance to engage with other participating credit unions, and they listened! The new Web site has a clients only section that will featured a forum for questions and feedback between credit unions across the country. All Dollar Dog clients are invited to share ideas, experiences, and recommendations with each other as well as with their team of experts to make the program stronger and more interactive than ever before.

It means any links to the old Dollar Dog Web site that exist on your credit union’s Web site will need to change.
For current clients, the link to your individual page has changed. You should have gotten an email containing the link to your new Dollar Dog page. If you haven’t, feel free to email, and they will send it to you right away.

If you have any feedback or recommendations as to what you’d like to see in Dollar Dog’s future, email or call them at (877) 827-2427.

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