Planters Bank’s SEASON OF GIVING Supports the Roxy Regional Theatre

by RoxyRegionalTheatre on October 25, 2020

This year we are honored to be one of twelve area nonprofits chosen for Planters Bank’s “Season of Giving.”

Annually from October through December, each Planters Bank office chooses a local nonprofit organization for which they would like to raise funds to support the valuable work of that particular organization. The bank kicked off this year’s “Season of Giving” by giving $60,000 in initial donations, with $5,000 donated to the Roxy Regional Theatre and to each of the eleven other area organizations selected throughout Western Kentucky and Tennessee.

In addition, through the sale of exclusive custom items sold in each Planters Bank location from now through December 31, each branch’s featured organization will receive 100% of the proceeds from purchases.

This year’s custom item is a special gift tin, featuring hand-drawn artwork of the Roxy Regional Theatre, Customs House Museum and other local landmarks, filled with a “Scent of the Season” all-natural soy candle (produced locally by Clarksville Candle Company) as well as a custom designed tea towel featuring the same artwork as the tin (produced by local custom branded merchandise agency Williams Advertising). Each set retails for $20 and is available for purchase in every Planters Bank location.

To directly support the Roxy Regional Theatre with your purchase, please visit Planters Bank’s Rossview Branch at 495 Dunlop Lane #101 — or you can purchase your custom gift at the Roxy Regional Theatre (cash or check only, made payable to Planters Bank).

In addition to supporting the Roxy and other organizations through purchases in each branch, the bank is donating $5 for every photo shared of the items in use (up to $100), as well as $25 for every checking or savings account opened mentioning the Season of Giving when visiting a Planters Bank location. Visit the Planters Bank Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to learn more and participate, and find out more about Planters Bank’s philanthropic efforts at

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