Nicole Slaubaugh

May 21 2018

Classroom Cash: Thanks a Million!


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Hills Bank and Trust Company’s Classroom Cash program has hit an exciting milestone, over $1,000,000 has been donated to 50+ area schools. This would not have been possible without each and every one of our Classroom Cash cardholders, thank you!

Classroom Cash empowers you to earn money for the private school or public school district of your choice in our community each time you make a purchase with your Hills Bank debit card or business debit card. With every purchase, the bank will make a donation back to the school at various times throughout the year. There is no cost to you; it’s just a great way for us to make a difference in our community schools – together.

If you are interested in learning more about the Hills Bank Classroom Cash program or to sign up today, visit us at HillsBank.com/ClassroomCash.

Nicole Slaubaugh

About Nicole Slaubaugh

Nicole Slaubaugh is Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Banking at Hills Bank. She has been at Hills Bank since 2001 with experience in both business and retail banking while helping business owners and customers manage deposit needs. Nicole resides in Wellman with her family and is actively involved in the Wellman community through a variety of non-profit organizations. Nicole can be reached at nicole_slaubaugh@hillsbank.com.


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