Tuesday, May 9, 2017

S&T Bank Goes Green To Benefit Reforestation Effort At Flight 93 Memorial

Indiana County-based S&T Bank Tuesday pledged to donate a portion of the seedlings to be planted during Plant a Tree at Flight 93, for the second consecutive year. The two-day volunteer event will take place at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County on May 19 and 20.
The donation is being made on behalf of S&T Bank customers who enroll in Billpay, pay a new bill using the service, or enroll in online statements from April 9 through May 10.
Using Billpay and online statements is not only fast and convenient for Bank customers, but also helps reduce paper bill payments and statements, and foster a greener environment.
"As active members of the community surrounding the Flight 93 National Memorial, we are honored to extend our support of the reforestation effort into 2017," said Todd Brice, president and chief executive officer of S&T Bank. "Our thanks go out to our customers, whose 'green' commitment inspires our support of this meaningful event, as well as our dedicated employees who volunteer to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty for a worthy cause, year after year."
The ongoing reforestation effort, led by the National Park Service and Friends of Flight 93, seeks to ultimately root more than 150,000 new trees at the Flight 93 National Memorial. This year's event is expected to draw more than 500 volunteers, including two teams of Bank employees, to plant seedlings across 17 acres of memorial landscape.
For more information, visit the S&T Bank website.

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