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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Roulette Man Wins C&N E-Statement Contest.......BUT....

Jonathan Huff receives his TV from Nola Gross, C&N Coudersport office operations manager.

Jonathan Huff of Roulette Township is the owner of a new, 26” flat screen television. Huff’s name was drawn following a Citizens & Northern Bank e-statement contest. The two-month contest, which allowed anyone to enter, promoted the benefits of enrolling for electronic (e) statements.

There was only one catch to Jon's good fortune. Jon says the account at the bank is Roulette Township's, so that means the new TV belongs to the township. They will use it in the township office as a computer monitor and be able to check weather forecasts when necessary.

“E-statements are efficient and environmentally friendly,” said Shelley D’Haene, C&N cash management coordinator. “We thought it would be fun to hold a contest in conjunction with our e-statement promotion.

Anyone who enrolled in e-statements during the contest period was automatically entered in the contest to win the TV. Anyone else who wished to enter could do so by sending us an e-mail or visiting their local branch office.”


E-statements allow C&N online banking customers to receive their regular bank statements electronically. Once enrolled in e-statements, customers can view, save or print their statements right from their home or office computer. Electronic statements are available immediately once posted, unlike paper statements which must be mailed. More information on e-statements is available at any branch office or online at www.cnbankpa.com.

Citizens & Northern Bank is a local, independent community bank providing complete financial, investment and insurance services through 26 full service offices throughout Cameron, Potter, McKean, Tioga, Bradford, Sullivan and Lycoming counties in Pennsylvania and in Canisteo and Hornell, NY in Steuben County. C&N can be found on the worldwide web at www.cnbankpa.com. The Company’s stock is listed on NASDAQ Capital Market Securities under the symbol CZNC.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

They will use it in the township office.
Shouldn't there be work done in office, not watching TV ???

Kathy Garrity said...

Congrats Jon!!!! Merry Christmas

Anonymous said...

What Jon and the township SHOULD do is donate it to a less fortunate family in Roulette for Christmas. Unlikely though.

Anonymous said...

@6:30 AM - perhaps slow down and read the article for clear comprehension - it is to be used as a computer monitor in the office, not as a TV for entertainment purposes.

Gratz to the township - can't beat the price for a new piece of equipment :)

Should be useful to be able to monitor weather in the winter months, freeing up the other computers for township business.

Anonymous said...

Like yourself you mean? haha.. I don't see anything wrong with them using it as a COMPUTER monitor. Now shut your mouth. every one is such a negative nancy. Who gives a care, they won it. They can do what they wish with it. There are a lot of "unfortunate" families in Roulette that appear to have larger TVs than some people that own their own homes!

Anonymous said...

"They will use it in the township office.
Shouldn't there be work done in office, not watching TV ??"

From the article.
"They will use it in the township office as a computer monitor and be able to check weather forecasts when necessary."

"What Jon and the township SHOULD do is donate it to a less fortunate family in Roulette for Christmas. Unlikely though."

Would you do the same thing? At least he was honest about it and just didn't take it home. Jeez, 'tis the season you bunch of trolls.