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San Diego County Credit Union Recognized with a 2021 San Diego American Advertising Award

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Awards recognize and reward the creative spirit of excellence in the art of advertising

SAN DIEGO, Calif., (March 24, 2021)– San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), one of California’s top credit unions, was recognized with a 2021 San Diego American Advertising Award—which recognizes and rewards the creative spirit of excellence in the art of advertising. SDCCU was recognized with a Bronze Award for its new mobile banking video in the Local Television Commercial category. 

“SDCCU is honored to have been selected for this award for our mobile banking video,” said Teresa Campbell, SDCCU president and CEO. “To be recognized for our work among so many talented individuals and organizations is an honor.”

The American Advertising Awards – San Diego Competition is part of the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition, recognizing creative excellence and the very best advertising in both local markets and nationwide. The competition is sponsored by the American Advertising Federation and represents the true creative spirit of advertising by recognizing all forms of advertising from all types of media, created by all sizes and types of entrants, from anywhere in the country. Annually, the American Advertising Awards receives around 30,000 total entries.

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