Price Chopper matching donations for Red Cross disaster relief in September

first_imgPrice Chopper Supermarkets,Vermont Business Magazine This September, Price Chopper/Market 32 is once again joining forces with the American Red Cross to raise funds that will support families impacted by disasters. From September 1 – 30, Price Chopper/Market 32 customers can donate $1 or $5 at checkout each time they shop to support Red Cross Disaster Relief. Price Chopper/Market 32 will match all donations made during the month, up to $5,000.Last year, in the wake of an unprecedented Atlantic hurricane season, Price Chopper/Market 32 teammates and customers raised more than $150,000 to support Red Cross Hurricane Relief. The Red Cross responds to nearly 64,000 disasters each year, nationwide, and Price Chopper/Market 32 is committed to helping people affected by disasters big and small.“Given that the Red Cross responds to a disaster every eight minutes, we know how important it is for them to have emergency response funds at the ready. We are proud that the collective generosity of Price Chopper/Market 32’s customers and teammates, in addition to our corporate match, supports neighbors near and far whose lives have been altered by disaster,” said Mona Golub, Price Chopper/Market 32’s vice president of public relations and consumer services.“Here in our region, Red Cross volunteers provide relief to families impacted by home fires and other emergencies every day. That relief is available immediately thanks to generous donors in our community who ensure that we are ready to respond each time disaster strikes,” said Maria Devlin, CEO of the American Red Cross in New Hampshire and Vermont. “The support we receive in September from Price Chopper/Market 32 and their customers helps to ensure that we can provide relief to disaster victims down the street and across the country all year long. We’re very grateful for this partnership.”For more information about Red Cross Disaster Relief, please visit www.redcross.org/disaster-relief(link is external).About the American Red Cross:The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org(link is external) or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross(link is external).​CONCORD, NH / BURLINGTON, VT. REGION – Wednesday, August 30, 2018 – Price Chopper,Yeslast_img read more

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Loosening the green belt: a challenge no politician wants to take on

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2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans

first_img Page 1 of 3   Competent Goofball Dad 9,904 450 Next 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans kpbl_design 0 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans Link to post Prev Members Link to post Members Members Page 1 of 3   walkerws Share on other sites CrazyTex00 Share this post Link to post Link to post Graphic Designer 31 posts 450 Location:Indiana > Miami 290 Posted March 8, 2013 Share on other sites Posted March 7, 2013 Share on other sites 4,868 posts Members Link to post 4,868 posts Raider Nation 450 Members Location:Massillon, OH Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Members It’s not bad. More creative than the last few but it still needs some polish on it. Chawls kpbl_design Sports Logos Sign in to follow this   Followers 1 Link to post CS85 Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually?Not a bowl game, but Atlanta does the SEC Championship and the Peach Bowl in addition to the Chick-fil-a Kickoff games at the beginning of the season. They are in the running for the rotating championship site as well. Link to post Location:California 5 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Posted March 7, 2013 4 0 3,760 0 28 posts Share on other sites walkerws Share this post 666 Members 666 5,159 Posted March 7, 2013 Raider Nation New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this?No one wants to be in Minnesota or Washington in early February…? CrazyTex00 34 0 Prev 18,003 Location:Massillon, OH Link to post Location:Champaign, IL Posted March 7, 2013 Members raysfan24 Location:Effington 1 BBTV Share on other sites I was just using Minnesota and Washington as examples, but yeah, I suppose CS85 is right. It’s all about what the host city has to offer. Share this post By CrazyTex00, March 7, 2013 in Sports Logo News B-Rich MEANS Link to post Members Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. 𝐋𝐄𝐓 𝐌𝐄 𝐈𝐍 29texan Forums Home 31,105 posts No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl) Location:Massillon, OH Share on other sites 19,560 posts 29texan BrandMooreArt Share on other sites Old School Fool Share on other sites 3 Location:Columbus, OH Share this post Share this post 4 5,731 posts Obviously without color or a high-res image it’s not exactly the most appealing to the eye. The fleur-de-lis is jagged and I guess supposed to blend into the basketball shape, but eh.In regards to where it’s being hosted, this is no surprise. There’s a good reason New Orleans gets selected as a venue for hosting sports stuff: Proximity of venues to hotels, restaurants, etc. is hard to top. Members 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans 0 Share on other sites 2 Share on other sites CubsFanBudMan This topic is now closed to further replies. walkerws Old School Fool BrandMooreArt 5,159 All Activity 3 Lionsault Location:California Posted March 8, 2013 450 Link to post Followers 1 Nice typeface, you muscle bound moron!!! 18,003 Share this post 1 In the case of the NBA, it really is that nobody bids. That’s why Houston just hosted again, and now New Orleans. Even Chicago hasn’t hosted it in the United Center, and it’s been open since 1994 and still is considered a top venue in the league. It’s more of a Super Bowl rotation than an MLB All-Star Game rotation.Also, many owners don’t bid because they can’t use All-Star Game tickets as a season-ticket holder perk like baseball does. The NBA controls too many seats to allow it. That’s why the Mavericks hosted theirs in Cowboys Stadium. Cuban said he wouldn’t do it unless his STHs could go. So there’s that… Members Link to post 46,552 posts 1,149 0 3,972 Share this post BrandMooreArt Link to post 10,452 posts 34 Posted March 7, 2013 (formerly, briefly CherryMX) CubsFanBudMan 5,731 posts Posted March 8, 2013 Lionsault 666 Link to post CS85 Share this post 296 posts Next 3 3,760 1,474 posts Member No. 14 450 Posted March 7, 2013 29texan Members Share this post 7,535 posts i actually like the logo a lot. flur and ball is expected but its all well done. Members 34 3,972 Share this post Posted March 7, 2013 raysfan24 walkerws 290 Members Location:Fort Worth Location:Fort Worth Link to post 3,972 399 3 3,760 3,760 Posted March 7, 2013 Share this post 1,151 Sports Logos 1,151 1 Share on other sites 1,151 2,565 posts Graphic Designer Link to post Location:Indiana > Miami 450 Share this post 18,003 Members Spors logos people, sports…..logos….. Share this post 9,114 posts Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually?No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl)Although I don’t like to put Dallas and Fort Worth together, I guess you could say DFW does as well:- Dallas (Heart of Dallas Bowl)- Fort Worth (Armed Forces Bowl)- Arlington (Cotton Bowl Classic) 0 1,149 450 Location:New Orleans metro area Favourite Logos:”Tradition and simplicity; there’s a fine line between the two. You can’t manufacture tradition but you can empathize simplicity.” – John Viola 7,233 posts Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually? 10,452 posts Share on other sites 0 Old School Fool walkerws Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Share on other sites Location:Old Metairie, LA Share this post Share this post 1 B-Rich Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary 2 9,904 Members 666 399 Initialisms Suck Share on other sites 0 New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this?Don’t forget BCS National Championship and Final Four. 4 Chawls New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this? Posted March 8, 2013 Posted March 8, 2013 666 3 Share this post 1,589 posts Share on other sites BrandMooreArt 5 Share on other sites Share this post Members 10,452 posts 0 Phoenix is a bangwagon town Posted March 8, 2013 0 9,114 posts Link to post 399 450 29texan In the case of the NBA, it really is that nobody bids. That’s why Houston just hosted again, and now New Orleans. Even Chicago hasn’t hosted it in the United Center, and it’s been open since 1994 and still is considered a top venue in the league. It’s more of a Super Bowl rotation than an MLB All-Star Game rotation.Also, many owners don’t bid because they can’t use All-Star Game tickets as a season-ticket holder perk like baseball does. The NBA controls too many seats to allow it. That’s why the Mavericks hosted theirs in Cowboys Stadium. Cuban said he wouldn’t do it unless his STHs could go. So there’s that…Right. When the Flyers owned the Sixers, Ed Snider vowed never to ever try to host the event again after dealing with the league and having to deny tickets to season ticket holders and deal with all the other stuff that comes along with the game. Even though the Sixers have new ownership, the Flyers still run the arena and control what gets booked there, so I doubt Philadelphia will be bidding any time soon. Link to post Posted March 7, 2013 0 Posted March 7, 2013 3 Share this post Posted March 7, 2013 Share on other sites Posted March 7, 2013 0 Share on other sites 3,972 Minnesota and Washington might not have bid for this either. I remmeber that towns were losing out at one point 0 3,972 MEANS Share on other sites No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl)ORLANDOOOOOOOOOO! 290 Link to post Favourite Logos:Logos designed: Toronto Maple Leafs / WCOH Canada / WCOH Team North America Location:Houston,TX 0 3,760 Members 1,149 http://cdn.fansided.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/94/files/2013/02/Screen-shot-2013-02-23-at-11.06.38-AM.png Sodboy13 Members Share on other sites 3,760 Sodboy13 3,972 450 Link to post All Activity Posted March 8, 2013 Members In regards to where it’s being hosted, this is no surprise. There’s a good reason New Orleans gets selected as a venue for hosting sports stuff: Proximity of venues to hotels, restaurants, etc. is hard to top.And when CS says “etc.”, he of course means “whores”. 5 Location:Columbus, Ohio Posted March 7, 2013 0 Share this post Old School Fool Recommended Posts 666 9,904 BBTV walkerws Sign in to follow this   Share this post Go To Topic Listing Forums Home SportsLogos.Net 0 5,159 Sports Logo News Sports Logo News last_img read more

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