Business Cuts Ribbon on New Location
Nichole Hannahs

Business Cuts Ribbon on New Location

by Nichole Hannahs on May 4, 2012

A business once location on the north end of Zanesville has packed up and moved downtown.

Husband and wife Casey and Romney Willman are financial associates for Thrivent Financial Services. They recently moved to the second floor of the Masonic Temple on 4th Street and Friday cut the ribbon on their new offices.

"We just wanted a more central location for members and our clients who want to come in and visit us in our office and we just thought downtown Zanesville would be a great place," said Financial Associate Romney Willman.

Thrivent Financial helps people plan for retirement,  finances and education.

"There are no dumb questions about your finances," said Casey Willman. "We’d be happy to answer any questions that come about due to your finances. We can help meet any goals that you have. If you don’t know what your goals are we can help you figure out what they should be."

Since Thrivent Financial is a non profit, money that would normally be paid in federal income taxes is given back to the community. Nationwide the company gives away between $25-150(m) a year.