Phil Lesh is certainly enjoying the summer weather, and is taking the opportunity to host a very special Back Porch happy hour with Stu Allen and Scott Guberman this afternoon in his very own Terrapin Crossroads at promptly 4:20PM. The trio will continue the music later this evening, at 7:30PM, with guitarist Dave Zirbel for an electric set that’s sure to keep the vibe alive. After that, they’ll head on over to the campfire for an acoustic singalong encore, all as the sun sets in the west.The three-course show is free admission and welcomes all ages to attend. You can even make special requests for the campfire set in the Facebook thread below![H/T Jambands]
Needless to say, social media has revolutionized how companies (including credit unions) interact with their consumers. At the same time, social media has created unique ways for consumers to share their impressions – good and bad – of companies with their friends/followers. This means that your members can have a huge impact on how your credit union’s brand is perceived – both among your current members and those who could join in the future. If ever there was a time when the “challenges equal opportunities” maxim applies, this is it.Since Millennials (18 – 34 year olds) now comprise the single largest consumer segment in the United States, it is imperative that credit unions understand the distinct ways in which the first generation of “digital natives” use social media. So, let’s take a look at some highlights from a recent study (Levin and Lamar 2017) regarding the social media habits of Millennials as compared with those of other generations.To begin, the study points out that Millennials have “largely abandoned traditional forms of media and entertainment, spending an average of more than three hours daily on smartphones” (Kantar 2015). The study also notes that Millennials “communicate with each other far more than any advertising campaign can. When trying to figure out whether something is worth buying, Millennials will go to their friends and social networks to see what people think” (Newman 2015). At the same time, it has been found that “Millennials are twice as likely as any other generation to share ads online” (Mulloy 2016).With these facts in mind, we’ll move now to some specific study findings that have clear implications for generational marketing. continue reading » 23SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
By J.M. HallasPLEASANTON, Texas (June 2) – Returning after several weeks off, Greg Dinsmore found himself in a familiar place, victory lane, following the Saturday IMCA Modified main event at I-37 Speedway.Leading every lap but the first one, Dinsmore got by early beader Bill Pittaway and then held off Cody Tidwell on restarts to secure the win“Setting the car up for dry slick was key tonight,” explained Dinsmore. “It was a patience game and hit your marks. Once you find a line that’s fast, feel the car dig pretty good, just keep hitting those marks.”Chris Morris rounded out the top three.
After a beautiful life and a long fight with Huntington’s Disease, Rose Lynn (Mountjoy) Campbell originally of Danville, KY and long-time resident of Batesville, IN, has been called home to be reunited with her husband, the late Larry Campbell, her parents and 2 of her brothers.As a young girl, she loved being at the pool, on the lake with friends and enjoying beach vacations with her brothers and cousins. Rose Lynn loved all of her family, but especially her brothers, the late Bobby Mountjoy, the late Mark (Judy) Mountjoy and Shawn (Lencia) Mountjoy. She met Larry on a blind date and the rest is history. They were married when she was 19 and together went to Western Kentucky University and later graduated from the University of Kentucky. They lived in Winchester, KY for many years and have great friends that we still keep in touch with. God blessed them with 8 years together, before they had their first child and they spent that time traveling and making a lot of memories with their beloved friends and family.The biggest University of Kentucky sports fanatic would never admit to being a Hoosier, but after Larry’s job led them to Indiana in 1985, it quickly became home. A place where they not only raised their family, but helped build the community. Rose Lynn was a devoted Christian, a teacher, a member of the school board and with the help of Larry they started the Batesville Youth Football program. Her biggest achievement was raising her 4 kids, Kyle (Karen), Kevin (Tasha), Lance (Rhea) and Melissa Rose (Blair) Kramer and loving her 14 grandchildren. She spent most of her time at their sporting events – she never missed a game!Rose Lynn loved having her house full of kids and she treated them all like part of the family. You never walked into her house without there being a huge spread of food and a big hug waiting for you. Her nieces and nephews loved coming to “Camp Campbell” to be spoiled by her love and all of the sweets!You are welcome to come visit, outside at an open-house on Friday, July 10, 2020, from 4:00-8:00 PM at St. Mary of the Rock (17440 St. Mary’s Rd., Batesville, IN 47006). A private service will be held with the family.In lieu of flowers, a Memorial has been set-up to support the Batesville area youth, in care of Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006.You are welcome to leave a message at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com on Rose’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook.