Illinois State Fair

August 8, 2011 by USA Post 

Illinois State FairIllinois State Fair, The state treasurer wants to get rid of and $ 1.5 million in assets, and expects to State Fair move things.

Dan Rutherford says he will mount a post every day at the State Fair to help determine if the state owes them money through Cash Dash. Rutherford said that the celebration in everything from baseball cards stock certificates, and hopes that the thousands of fairgoers stop to see if one is theirs.

“The State Fair is an event of high traffic,” says Rutherford. “It’s good to have staff there to help people search for your name, help them with paperwork, and just want to make it as accessible as possible.”

Rutherford says the state cannot use any of the assets to pay their bills because the money does not belong to the state.

“If a stock certificate that Grandma bought for little Johnny when he was born, and little Johnny does not know that the stock certificate was there and the grandmother died, certificate of shares still belong to little Johnny. It belongs to State of Illinois, “said Rutherford.

He said that 10 percent of people in a recent event in cash Dash found to have money coming to them. The Illinois State Fair runs August 12 to 21.

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