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Strange Halloween goings on Citizens Bank & Trust Co. rooftop

2013-11-01 - 201 East Main Street, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Clark Howard, CB&T Co. Yesterday we at Citizens Bank in Campbellsville celebrated Halloween to the fullest. Take a look at the super heroes who made their appearance on the top of our bank before handing out candy to the children on Main Street. Here are the employees on the roof by name: From left Matt Hopper, Loan Officer - Batman; Mark Johnson, President/CEO, Iron Man, Josh Myers, Loan Officer & Native of Adair County - The Hulk. (The photo is an actual photo of the guys on the bank. I altered the sky to create super hero effect.) - CLARK HOWARD, Marketing Department, Citizens Bank & Trust Co., 201 E. Main Street, Campbellsville, KY.
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