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Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News
Draper resident Jennifer Clark is surprised with the news that money does grow on trees Tuesday, March 13, 2012, as she is presented $5,000.00 from Zions Bank's e-statements contest and TreeUtah. Jennifer's entry was randomly selected from more than 100,000 entries between Utah and Idaho. The money 50 $100 bills was taped to a tree donated by TreeUtah

DRAPER — Draper resident Jennifer Clark learned the surprise news that saving trees can lead to money growing on trees.  

Steve Verno, Zions Bank's Draper branch manager, along with Amy Collins, executive director of TreeUtah, presented Clark on Tuesday with a tree covered with hundred-dollar bills totaling $5,000.

Clark entered the contest by "Saving Trees," a program sponsored by TreeUtah that entailed signing up for paperless statements from Zions Bank.