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Free Expert Financial Advice for Attendees of Heartland Bank's Money Matters Summit

 Sunday, March 17, 2013

2013 Heartland Bank Money Matters SummitHeartland Bank and 104.9 The River teamed up once again to present the 6th Annual Money Matters Summit held at the First Baptist Church of Grove City on March 9th. Attendees registered for three of the ten seminars offered and chose from topics including - The Fundamentals of Investing, Savings for College Yet, It's Never Too Soon To Start and Budgeting & Living Within Your Means.

"We are proud to offer this financial resource again this year to Central Ohioans. In today's economic environment, it's important to have a trusted resource that can give your honest answers to your questions. As a community bank, this is our standing commitment and responsibility to the communities in which we serve," stated G. Scott McComb, Chairman, President & CEO of Heartland Bank.

Following the seminars, McComb was joined by Jerry Revish, 10 TV News Anchor and Mary O'Brien and Josh Hooper from 104.9 The River's Morning Show Team for a wrap-up session, before enjoying a complimentary lunch provided by Chick-Fil-A. The wrap-up provided a Q & A for attendees.

Did You Miss This Year's Event?

If you are interested in getting information from this year's event, but were unable to attend, please visit our Contact Us page to get in touch. Just be sure to indicate in the Comments that you're interested in getting information about the Money Matters Summit and we'll be sure to be in touch!




 
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