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Heartland Bank and Trust Company supports local schools with “Spirit design” debit cards

ELWOOD, IL—Heartland Bank and Trust Company announced that their customers now have the option to choose to showcase their local school’s design on their debit cards.  “Offering optional designs on debit cards may be new, but customers have been doing it for years on their checks,” stated Diane Lanier, Chief Retail Officer.  “With the world going more electronic, and a continued focus on the environment, we wanted to offer our customers personal options on their debit cards other than our standard design.” 

 

More than just a custom card design program, the Spirit Debit Cards also support local schools “Heartland Bank is proud to offer Spirit Debit Cards,” said Fred Drake, Chairman and CEO.  “We are always looking for ways to reach out to our communities and show our support.  Heartland Bank is excited to offer this new customized option to our customers and financially assist the school of their choice as well.”

 This option will allow customers to select the school design of their choice such as the Elwood Tigers for a $10 cost and Heartland Bank will donate $5 back to the school for each debit card ordered.  A standard debit card is still available without customization at no charge. Customers can order this option through Heartland Bank’s website at www.hbtbank.com or contact one of their local offices.  The full list of participating schools is available on the Heartland Bank website.

Heartland Bank and Trust Company is an independently owned community bank with assets of $2.6 billion. Headquartered in Bloomington, IL, the bank has offices in communities throughout Illinois. The bank offers a complete line of financial services to commercial and retail customers. More information is available on the bank’s website at www.hbtbank.com.

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