Cambium Group, LLC, a leading web site development firm specializing in innovative web site designs and content management systems has developed a nationally recognized web site for Telephone Credit Union (TCU) of Manchester, New Hampshire. The Telephone Credit Union site, www.tcu.org(link is external), recently received two individual awards for web site design and production.The first award, from the CUNA Marketing and Business Development Council (CMC) recognizes TCU’s web site with the “Merit Award” in the Internet Marketing category. Entries in the CMC’s 2003 Diamond Awards were judged by nationally acclaimed credit union marketers, based on criteria such as strategy, creative concept, design, copy, and results. The CMC is a national network of Credit Union marketing and business development professionals.Telephone Credit Union also received the 2003 Silver Web Site Award from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC). Each year, during the MAC Annual Conference, members have the opportunity to compete for the coveted MAC Marketing Awards. Winners of these awards receive national recognition through credit union trade publications. MAC Marketing Award winners are selected by a panel of judges with extensive background in credit unions and marketing. Results, production quality, and creative design are considered in the selection process. Since 1986, the Marketing Association of Credit Unions has been recognized as the preferred trade association for credit union marketing professionals.”It’s an honor to have received these awards. We see the success of our site daily through the way our members and prospects use the site and conduct business. But it is always neat to have other marketers acknowledge the planning and thought that went into the development of the site.” stated Nathan Saller, TCU’s Vice President of Marketing.
The guest suite opens to the front veranda. Picture: Supplied.Ms Masters said the extension was built where an old garage once stood. “We didn’t want to lose any green space so we decided to go up and create an adult retreat,” she said. “We wanted to retain the character and flow of the original house, with a modern edge.”Outside, the property includes established gardens, a patio and a paved area leading to a covered entertaining area and deck. The property is being marketed by Judy Newlands of McGrath Estate Agents New Farm. The home will go to auction on Saturday, February 23 at 10am. The home at 30 Queens Rd, Clayfield. Picture: SuppliedTHIS century-old Queenslander has been renovated and extended for modern living while still retaining plenty of original charm. The home at 30 Queens Rd, Clayfield, is on an 804sq m block with established gardens creating a private oasis.In the original part of the home, built in the early 1900s, there are separate lounge, dining and kitchen areas with the lounge opening to the veranda and the dining room opening to the patio. Timber floorboards, VJ walls and breezeways feature throughout the home. Picture: Supplied.Ms Masters said the feature fireplace inspired the home’s recent renovation. “We focused our design around the fireplace. It’s so beautiful … we modelled the whole colour scheme of the house around it,” she said. A two-storey extension at the back of the home incorporates a laundry and living area downstairs and a spacious main suite with walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and two balconies upstairs. The new kitchen was designed around the original fireplace. Picture: Supplied.Two of the bedrooms have built-in robes and the third has an ensuite and walk-in robe. The new kitchen has Caesarstone benchtops, modern cabinetry and an original fireplace. Owner Amanda Masters said the kitchen was her favourite part of the house. “It’s the hub of the home. The layout draws people from the other rooms,” she said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago“It’s a nice spot for to sit and relax while I’m cooking.”