ICYMI: Young Invites Indiana Tax Reform Beneficiaries to State of the Union
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) invited a bank teller from Windfall, Ind., to join him as his guest at Tuesday’s State of the Union address. As reported in the Terre Haute Tribune Star, Chelsee Hatfield works at the Tipton branch of First Farmers Bank & Trust, which this month announced raises and bonuses for employees because of the tax reform package approved in December.
Terre Haute Tribune Star
January 26, 2018
Chelsee Hatfield plans to use her forthcoming raise and bonus to help pay for classes toward an associate’s degree at Indiana Wesleyan University, as well as her children’s future college expenses.
“These steps taken as a result of tax reform are specifically affecting me and small communities like my hometown of Windfall,” said Hatfield, who is a teller at First Farmers Bank & Trust in Tipton.
Hatfield and Gene Miles, president and CEO of First Farmers Bank & Trust, have been invited by U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., to attend the State of the Union speech.
Hatfield said she is “thrilled for the opportunity to come to the nation’s capital for the first time and experience the State of the Union address. “We’re not a very large bank, and to be invited by Senator Young and given the opportunity to tell our story is very special.”
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