Three Cups – Saving, Spending, and Giving
The Three Cups book is an adventure to share with your children. Join Three Cups author Tony Townsley as he teaches children that it’s not how much money one has, but rather how one uses it that really matters. This episode of Money Sense will help establish good habits in your children – habits they can continue to build on as they grow older.
Author of Three Cups
Chief Financial Officer, Hokanson Companies, Inc.
Tony Townsley serves as Chief Financial Officer of Hokanson Companies, Inc. Tony began with HCI in 2001, bringing with him 25 years of accounting and operations management experience including four years with Arthur Anderson. This vast knowledge has contributed to his success overseeing the corporate financial reporting, cash management, budget coordination, and year-end audit and tax responsibilities at Hokanson.
Tony graduated from Indiana University in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. He is a Certified Public Accountant, and was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Governor’s Council of Impaired and Dangerous Driving. Tony also served on the Wine and Spirit Wholesalers’ Board of Directors. Currently he’s involved with Boy Scouts of America, and is an active member of St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church.
Tony enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, camping, fishing, biking, and reading. Those same family values led him in recently publishing a children’s book titled “Three Cups”, which teaches children how to save, spend, and be charitable with their money.