BB&T presents UMO check


University of Mount Olive President Dr. Philip P. Kerstetter, left, is pictured accepting a $50,000 check from BB&T Vice President Neal Benton. The check represents the final payment of a $350,000 pledge made by BB&T in 2012. ‘The BB&T Banking Corporation has been a collaborative partner with the University of Mount Olive for many years,’ Kerstetter said. ‘This is a corporation with a passion to change lives in the communities where the bank serves their customers. We are very appreciative of their generosity and support of our programs and mission.’


University of Mount Olive President Dr. Philip P. Kerstetter, left, is pictured accepting a $50,000 check from BB&T Vice President Neal Benton. The check represents the final payment of a $350,000 pledge made by BB&T in 2012. ‘The BB&T Banking Corporation has been a collaborative partner with the University of Mount Olive for many years,’ Kerstetter said. ‘This is a corporation with a passion to change lives in the communities where the bank serves their customers. We are very appreciative of their generosity and support of our programs and mission.’

University of Mount Olive President Dr. Philip P. Kerstetter, left, is pictured accepting a $50,000 check from BB&T Vice President Neal Benton. The check represents the final payment of a $350,000 pledge made by BB&T in 2012. ‘The BB&T Banking Corporation has been a collaborative partner with the University of Mount Olive for many years,’ Kerstetter said. ‘This is a corporation with a passion to change lives in the communities where the bank serves their customers. We are very appreciative of their generosity and support of our programs and mission.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_IMG_0383-web.jpgUniversity of Mount Olive President Dr. Philip P. Kerstetter, left, is pictured accepting a $50,000 check from BB&T Vice President Neal Benton. The check represents the final payment of a $350,000 pledge made by BB&T in 2012. ‘The BB&T Banking Corporation has been a collaborative partner with the University of Mount Olive for many years,’ Kerstetter said. ‘This is a corporation with a passion to change lives in the communities where the bank serves their customers. We are very appreciative of their generosity and support of our programs and mission.’
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