Ashburn, Nashville Students Reap Dividends of Synovus Investment at ABAC

Staff Report From Tifton CEO

Friday, March 15th, 2019

Synovus knows all about good investments that pay dividends.  That’s why Synovus invested $5,000 in a Platinum sponsorship at the 2018 edition of An Evening for ABAC at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

That investment paid off in two ABAC scholarships, one of those for Quenterion Tennille, an ABAC sophomore from Ashburn, and another for Emily Boyd from Nashville.   A General Studies major, Tennille plans to continue his studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design when his ABAC education is complete. Boyd has graduated from ABAC with her agribusiness degree and is putting that degree to work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Synovus partnered with Synovus Trust Company to invest $5,000 as a Platinum sponsor in the ABAC Foundation for the latest An Evening for ABAC celebration in 2019.   When the fall semester begins in August, two ABAC students will reap that investment and turn it into double dividends for Synovus.