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Wisconsin Bank & Trust to Host Open House Events in Celebration of Merger with Community Bank & Trust

May 21, 2015

Wisconsin Bank & Trust (WBT) invites the public to open house events May 26-29, in celebration of its merger with Community Bank & Trust. The open houses will feature refreshments, giveaways, contests, and promotions. Events will take place at the following banking centers, formerly Community Bank & Trust branches:

- 4131 West Loomis Road, Ste. 100, Greenfield, WI 53221 414-281-5535
- 5380 North Port Washington Road, Glendale, WI 53217 414-967-9880

“These community-based open houses are just one more example of the importance we place on being close to our customers,” said Kevin Tenpas, President and CEO of Wisconsin Bank & Trust. “Through these events we show appreciation for our customers’ continued loyalty and invite everyone in the community to get acquainted and discover how we make ‘Great Things Happen’ for all our stakeholders.”

“We welcome everyone in the area to celebrate this milestone with us,” said Scott Moseley, Market President of Wisconsin Bank & Trust. “These open house events are a great opportunity for the community to get to know us.”


About Wisconsin Bank & Trust
Wisconsin Bank & Trust (WBT) is a community bank with assets of more than $1.0 billion, serving customers in the Madison, Monroe, Green Bay, Sheboygan and southwest areas of Wisconsin. The bank is a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. [NASDAQ: HTLF] and operates 19 banking centers and two mortgage origination offices, all located in Wisconsin. Visit wisconsinbankandtrust.com to learn more. Wisconsin Bank & Trust is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.

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