TB&T to host ‘Grad Night’ on Feb. 11
Graduating high school seniors are invited to kick off their graduation season with Troy Bank & Trust on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at the Cattlemen’s Association Building, in Troy, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Grad Night is an event Troy Bank looks forward to every year. It is a time where graduating high school seniors are treated as honored guests and come together for one night to celebrate a very exciting milestone in their lives. Last year, nearly 200 students attended.
When students check in, they receive a Grad Bag filled with promotional items from local business and restaurants such as discount cards, sunglasses, water bottles, phone wallets, Chapstick, t-shirts, etc. They will be able to enjoy free food all night, have a chance to win awesome door prizes, show off their dance moves with DJ Hendock, spin the wheel at the McDonald’s tent, and possibly walk away with a flat screen TV, Apple AirPods, Yeti cooler, or an iPad before the night’s over. There will even be a special Snapchat filter, light wall and photo booth to capture all the memories to be made.
“We are always so excited to kick off these senior’s graduation season with Grad Night,” said Dianna Lee, marketing and public relations manager. “There will be chicken fingers, a mashed potato bar, pizza, subs, a coffee bar, great music and games, a chance to win huge door prizes, and of course an opportunity to learn about Troy Bank and Trust. It gets better every year.”
Grad Night is also an educational opportunity that allows students to visit a Don’t Drink and Drive table, register to vote, learn about immunizations needed for college with the Charles Henderson Child Health Center, visit with the City of Troy’s Tourism and Public Relations Department and a chance to start their very own checking account and learn about TB&T’s newest products.
For more information regarding Grad Night, please contact Dianna Lee or Kayla Wright at 334-566-4760 or email@example.com.
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