Brad Heppner, founder of the Beneficient Company, grew up in the small town of Hesston, Kansas. Beneficient has found innovative ways for high net worth individuals to get liquidity from illiquid alternative assets. And now, Beneficient has found a way for its financial solutions to help Brad’s hometown as well. With the recent passage of HR 2074, Kansas becomes the first state to officially allow technology enabled transactions such as Beneficient provides. And a fee from each transaction will flow to rural communities in the state, starting with Hesston. See how the town, festooned with banners and signs designed by SullivanPerkins, celebrated the announcement of the new legislation, which formally takes effect June 1. SullivanPerkins also provided presentation materials to support and explain the benefits of the new legislation, bringing complex concepts to life through infographics, PowerPoint, and other graphic presentations.