Kasasa® Community Spotlight features the hometowns of local banks and credit unions. Content provided by Community Financial Services Bank in Benton, KY.
The Kasasa Rewards Rush rolls into Benton, Kentucky on August 1st as part of the annual “CFSB Watermelon Bust.” In light of this rewarding event, our friends at CFSB took some time to tell us about some other rewarding things to see, do, and eat around one of their home counties.
1. Find Recreation Or Relaxation At Kentucky Lake.
The summer is drawing to a close, and everyone’s starting to think about “back to school.” It’s a time of year that involves a hefty amount of spending, especially when it comes to college. Between tuition, room & board, supplies, books, and “fun money,” spending during this time of year adds up quickly.
SallieMae and Ipsos recently published survey results on how America is paying for college in 2015, which was the basis for @Wisebread’s weekly Twitter chat #WbChat. We also had @SallieMae as a co-host to help guide us in discussing how America pays for college.
We started off with an interesting question:
Kasasa® Community Spotlight features the hometowns of local banks and credit unions. Content provided by Citizens Guaranty Bank in Richmond, KY.
The Kasasa Rewards Rush is heading to Richmond, a city in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region that is steeped in history. Many important American figures are connected to Richmond, from Daniel Boone to Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead comic series. Our friends at Citizens Guaranty Bank recommended some local places to not only learn more about Richmond’s past, but also have some fun in the present. Here are some rewarding things to do in Richmond, Kentucky!
1. Discover Richmond’s Rich History At The Beautiful White Hall Estate.
Kasasa® Community Spotlight features the hometowns of local banks and credit unions. Content provided by Two Rivers Bank in Arlington, NE.
The Kasasa Rewards Rush will be heading down to Arlington, Nebraska, a small village nestled between the Elkhorn River and Bell Creek. Arlington residents enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, thanks in part to the local parks and its convenient location near the Washington County Fair Grounds. Our friends at Two Rivers Bank recommended some rewarding ways to spend time in the area.
1. Watch A Rodeo At The Washington County Fair.
Kasasa® Community Spotlight features the hometowns of local banks and credit unions. Content provided by TS Bank in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Vibrant, fun, and close to Omaha, Council Bluffs boasts small city charm and rewarding entertainment. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or you’re more into shopping ‘til you drop, there’s something for everyone. After experiencing the Kasasa Rewards Rush at Hy-vee, enjoy these local hotspots recommended by the community experts at TS Bank.
1. Stand In Two States At Once On The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge.