UPBEAT ENTERTAINMENT ~ SONOMA COUNTY & BEYOND
Redwood Credit Union Wins Three MAC Awards
Funky Fridays On Hood Mansion Lawn
SONOMA COUNTY FAIR
AUGUST 2 - 12
Santa Rosa, CA.~ Redwood Credit Union (RCU) received three awards for their marketing efforts at a ceremony in San Di- ego on May 31, 2018. Awarded by the Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC), these awards recognize outstanding marketing achievements in the credit union community. RCU received a gold award in the Community Engage- ment category for providing significant support to North Bay communities during a time of serious crisis—the October 2018 fires. In partnership with California State Senator Mike McGuire and the local news- paper, The Press Democrat, the Redwood Credit Union Com- munity Fund collected and dis- tributed more than $32 million dollars in donations to support immediate needs of fire sur- vivors. The silver award was given to RCU in the Outdoor category, for its welcoming, house-shaped mortgage loan billboard
that read, “Home Sweet Loan.”
In the Product Development category, RCU won the bronze
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award for RCUpay, Redwood Credit Union’s free person-to- person (P2P) payment service. RCUpay was developed in- house to allow RCU members to pay each other instantly, as well as allowing members to pay anyone with a U.S. bank account. “I work with a very talented
team,” said Robin
McKenzie, RCU’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications.
it’s to support members in times of crisis or to help them achieve financial goals, such as a first home, this team pulls together to educate and inform in a fun and fresh way. We’re honored to have received these awards.”
Sonoma County, CA. ~ Feel the excitement with our spec- tacular new carnival, view the largest themed floral show in the west in our Hall of Flowers, enjoy an incredible display of livestock and agricultural edu- cation, PLUS FREE Headline Concerts and live music every day, delicious food, fun con- tests and more this year at the Sonoma County Fair!
SONOMA COUNTY EVENT CENTER AT THE FAIRGROUNDS
1350 BENNETT VALLEY ROAD - SANTA ROSA, CA 95404
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Come and walk the aisles at the “World’s Pure Food Fair!”, an event for pure food enthusiasts, the national press, home growers across the country, farmers, school groups and the general public!
“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.” ~ Roy T. Bennett
fo for details. 707-833-6288. A fundrais- er for Sonoma County Regional Parks. Frobeck ~The Big Easy~ performs August 3. More info: Bill Myers Email: email@example.com
Craft Beer Crawl in Downtown Santa Rosa
Join us August 2nd from 6-9pm for an epic Craft Beer Crawl through Downtown Santa Rosa. It’s FREE! The crawl will feature Sonoma Springs Brewing Company at Bibi’s Burger Bar, ST. FLORIAN’S BREWERY at Beer Baron, and Moonlight Brewing Company at Stout Brothers Irish Pub & Restaurant. You won’t want to miss these spectacular breweries! At the end of the night you’ll have the chance to get some awesome merch and from 8-11pm we’ll have live music coming to Stout Brothers. Cheers!!! Jana Duncan ~ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
~ Phone: 530-519-7780
Heirloom Exposition! September 11th, 12th, and 13th, 2018 ~ 9am - 9pm!
8th Annual National Annual National
25,000 + organic food
enthusiasts gather for
Heirloom varieties of produce and livestock
pure-food, garden and farm related vendors.
Over 100 + speakers
Tickets only available at the door!
Admission for Adults: $15.00 – one day $30.00 – all 3 days (Purchased at the gate)
Children are FREE! 1350 Bennett Valley Rd ~ Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
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Live music on the spacious front lawn of the historic Hood Man- sion in Sonoma Valley. Every Friday evening in August, 7-9 pm.
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