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BATESVILLE – June 5, 2014 – Citizens Bank today released the second list of finalists for the “Celebrate America 2014” drawings in which the bank will give away a new car, an Intimidator UTV and a Bad Boy Mower on the Fourth of July in Riverside Park in Batesville. 

The first two weeks of drawings mean the names of 100 finalists have now been revealed, with four more weekly drawings yet to be held.  This week’s finalists are:

  • Verlene Barber, Floral
  • Jeannie K. Beard, Batesville
  • Brenda L. Bittle, Batesville
  • Jeremiah Boss, Batesville
  • Edith G. Brightwell, Black Rock
  • W. L. Bruce, Sherwood
  • Rene Bernard Burnette, Newark
  • Clayton D. Butler, Newark
  • Billie E. Campbell, Batesville
  • Linda K. Carter, Sulphur Rock
  • Khara Cavaness, Batesville
  • Lady K. Church, Cave City
  • Kenneth R. Clark, Batesville
  • Larry Crafton, Batesville
  • Sergio H. Cruz, Batesville
  • Barbara Dail, Ravenden
  • Beau R. Davidson, Floral
  • Susan D. Davis, Batesville
  • Johnny H. Dowell, Batesville
  • Sawyer Dowell, Batesville
  • Mandy B. Evans, Cave City
  • Bevin R. Gay, Batesville
  • Gary W. Gordon, Batesville
  • Landrei P. Hankins, Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Robert Hendrickson, Strawberry
  • Bruce L. Hightower, Evening Shade
  • Phyllis Hoffman, Batesville
  • Stephen E. Jones, Imboden
  • Sherry Landers, Batesville
  • Vivian Lawrence, Batesville
  • Margaret V. Luster, Springdale
  • Lucy A. Manley, Batesville
  • Kayla L. Martin, Floral
  • Justin C. Meeler, Batesville
  • Alice M. Moore, Mountain View
  • Jacob Odom, Poughkeepise
  • Randy D. Palmer, Batesville
  • Joseph S. Parks, Batesville
  • Hazel R. Peel, Little Rock
  • Kevin W. Pleasant, Paducah, Ky.
  • Freeda Pool, Batesville
  • David G. Qualls, Highland
  • Joseph W. Rone, Ravenden
  • Phyllis J. Russell, Batesville
  • R. L. Sheffield, Batesville
  • Dion Stevens, Batesville
  • Sheryl Thompson, Batesville
  • Lois Tillman, Batesville
  • Quy Tran, Batesville
  • George R. Walter, Batesville
  • Willie G. Whitehead, Mountain View


Citizens Bank is randomly selecting 50 finalists each week, and is publicizing the names in all but the last weekly drawing.  Entries not selected as finalists in one week’s drawing remain in the database throughout the contest for possible selection in a subsequent weekly drawing. 

The names of 300 finalists will be in a drum for the live prize drawings on July 4.  The lists of weekly finalists are being posted at Citizens Bank, on its website (www.thecitizensbank.net), the bank’s Facebook page and are being distributed to area news media.

No purchase is necessary to enter or win the contest.  Everyone can fill out and submit entries each day of the contest, with a limit of one entry per person per day.  Citizens Bank is automatically giving its account holders 10 entries in the contest for every personal account they have with the bank.  Official Contest Rules are available at Citizens Bank and on the website.

Contest entries will be accepted at Citizens Bank locations through the close of business on Monday, June 30, followed by the prize drawing on July 4.

About The Citizens Bank

Citizens Bank of Batesville was established in 1953 by a group of local businessmen who shared a vision of creating a bank that would be committed to serving the working people of Batesville and Independence County.  Today, Citizens Bank is Independence County’s largest financial institution by market share, and has expanded its service area to include Lawrence, Randolph, Sharp and Stone counties.  The bank operates 10 fully staffed financial centers in Batesville, Cave City, Imboden, Mountain View and Pleasant Plains.

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