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ShopRite raises more than $910,000 for veterans

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ShopRite has announced its 11th annual Veterans Fundraising Campaign raised more than $910,000 to benefit local veterans organizations. Team members from ShopRite, including associates from the top five fundraising stores presented a check for $910,000 from funds raised during its 2019 Veterans Fundraising Campaign. ShopRite stores throughout the Hudson Valley and Capital Region in New York, along with three New Jersey stores, collected donations at checkout from May 24 through Aug. 3 and organized fundraising events throughout the summer to raise funds. Proceeds will benefit veterans organizations including The Tower of Hope, the Committee for Families of War Veterans, Hudson Valley Honor Flight, the Orange County Veterans Food Pantry, Tri-County Council for Vietnam Era War Veterans and Unified Military Affairs Council, in addition to other local organizations that serve communities within ShopRite’s trading area. Since its 2009 inception, the Veterans Fundraising Campaign has raised more than $5.9 million. Pictured from left are Maggie Tabeek, customer service manager; Bob Gillick, store manager; Vickie Graff, associate relations manager; Charlie Gafkowski, assistant store manager; Rich Hachan, store manager; Elaine Williams, associate relations manager; Katie Brucher, customer service manager; Brett Wing, president and chief operating officer, ShopRite Supermarkets Inc.; Jessica Gasser, vice president of human resources; Mariane Valentino customer service manager; Jack Ferguson, store manager; Brittany Decker, associate relations manager; Angela Carlone, customer service manager; Mark Capicotto, store manager; Kathleen Florio, associate relations manager; Linda Glasspool, customer service manager; Jack Deluca, store manager; and Tom Urtz, vice president of operations, ShopRite Supermarkets Inc.
September 27, 2019 01:43 pm