Brenda Langenberg

Sep 20 2017

Earn Money for Your School with Classroom Cash!


classroom-cash

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.

Learn more about earning money for your school with Hills Bank’s Classroom Cash program: https://youtu.be/kNPjeIZv_0M
 

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.

Brenda Langenberg

About Brenda Langenberg

Brenda Langenberg is Vice President and Branch Manager at Hills Bank’s Mount Vernon and Lisbon locations. She has been at Hills Bank since 1992 helping customers with their banking needs. Brenda can be reached at brenda_langenberg@hillsbank.com.


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2 Responses to Earn Money for Your School with Classroom Cash!

  1. Charmi Gupta says:

    Hey, this is the very useful post you shared with us.
    This post will definitely help to students.
    Keep sharing.
    Have a nice day.
    Thanks,

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