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first_imgNewsCommunityLittering is a ‘slap in the face’ to Team Limerick Clean-upBy Staff Reporter – July 5, 2018 1749 Email TAGScouncilJP McManusTeam Limerick CleanupTLC Facebook JP McManus’ legendary Istabraq to be honoured on Laochra na Rásáiochta Twitter Linkedin Previous articleTroy to benefit from €200 million movie action planNext articleMind the windows Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Team Limerick Clean-Up 6 registration form live for individuals WhatsAppcenter_img Seven winners overall for JP as he takes Leading Owner award at Cheltenham RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Limerick stands tall for TLC4! Paul O’Connell and JP McManus pictured with Stumbles the Clown, Miss Peggy and Mr. Gusto at The People’s Park as part of Team Limerick Clean Up 4, which took place around the county on Good Friday. A record 18,500 volunteers took park in the fourth edition of Ireland’s largest one-day clean up, across hundreds of locations in Limerick. Picture: Alan PlaceCOUNCILLORS described littering across the city and county as a “slap in the face” to the 10,000 people that participated in the hugely successful Team Limerick Clean-Up this year.Fifty-three litter louts were prosecuted by Limerick City and County Council in 2017. Eleven of these were in the Adare-Rathkeale Municipal District, with 25 prosecutions currently in progress this year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Fine Gael councillor Adam Teskey believes there should be jail sentences for offenders and suggested CCTV cameras could help solve the issue.“You can buy a camera for €300 on eBay and put it up in a tree,” he suggested.It was explained to him that you could not put CCTV cameras everywhere, and that offenders simply move to a new location once cameras are put in place.Independent councillor Richard O’Donoghue felt that every householder should be held accountable to show where there refuse is going.Mayor Stephen Keary praised the work done by the JP McManus Great Limerick Clean-Up in the last four years but felt there needed to be a change in legislation to see tougher measures enforced.“The day after the Great Limerick Clean-Up on Easter Saturday the hooligans are back to the takeaway and the supermarket. It is despairing stuff,” he added.Fianna Fail councillor Kevin Sheahan also felt that littering was a serious issue and proposed that the council look into purchasing up to a dozen machines for recycling trays of cans.“We are being critical of the public’s behaviour. Ocean’s are being destroyed by plastics and whole families of whales are being killed,” he declared.by Tom [email protected] 2021 JP McManus Pro-Am postponed for one year Print Limerick Post Show | April 10, 2020 Cheltenham Day 2 belongs to JP McManus with Four victorieslast_img read more

first_img View Comments Victoria Clark She won a Tony for playing the mother of a girl with a developmental disability, and now Victoria Clark is hitting the big screen as the daughter of a woman with dementia. The Cinderella star appears opposite Oscar nominee Sally Kirkland in the film Archaeology of a Woman. From the looks of it, this movie has it all: Victoria Clark shouting in a ruffled tanktop. Victoria Clark getting it on with some young gent. Victoria Clark dramatically running through Grand Central. Victoria Cl…wait. Hold up. Was that Mary Testa?! Archaeology of a Woman, directed by Sharon Greytak, will premiere at New York’s Village East Cinema on September 12. Take a look at the trailer below.center_img Star Fileslast_img

first_imgOne of the most popular questions I am asked as a marketing consultant is “how much should we have in our marketing budget?”  The “formulas” and rules of thumb for this are numerous.  However, many credit unions can’t afford those recommendations, especially if they haven’t done a lot of marketing in the past.Case in point: our very first client at TwoScore was a $25 million credit union that had never had a marketing person on staff or outsourced any of their marketing efforts.  Ideally, their marketing budget should have been around $25,000 annually based on industry standards, but they couldn’t afford to start with that amount.  Therefore, we started 2015 with an annual budget of $8,400 and focused one just one credit union product: new and used auto loans.  The credit union experienced such success that first year that we were able to add home mortgage loans to their 2016 plan and the annual marketing budget increased to $15,000.  The results?2-year increase in auto loan portfolio of 122.74%2-year increase in auto loan penetration of 5.99%1-year increase in home mortgage portfolio of 12.98%1-year increase in home mortgage penetration of 0.14%2-year increase in total loan portfolio if 31.69%Something else I hear is “we have a really small budget” when we first get a call from a potential credit union client.  My answer to that: “it’s ok!  We will start small.”  You don’t have to be ashamed of a small budget.  Ideally, we would all love to have unlimited marketing budgets to do all of the amazing things out there to help set us apart in this extremely saturated banking market.  Realistically, we are not-for-profit credit unions and our budgets are smaller than our bank competitors because of the way we intentionally do business.  But that leaves us with a great story to tell.  And that doesn’t take budget dollars so much as a communication plan and concerted effort to amplify your wonderful story.As budget season comes to a close and 2018 is almost upon us, start with a positive attitude when it comes to your budget and what you are able to accomplish.  Even if you have to start small, with just one product or service, it is enough for now. 62SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Amanda Thomas Amanda is founder and president of TwoScore, a firm that channels her passion for the credit union mission and people to help credit unions under $100 million in assets reach … Web: www.twoscore.com Detailslast_img read more