United Supermarkets guests donate more than $60,000 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

United Supermarkets guests donate more than $60,000

Provided by United Supermarkets

United Supermarkets, LLC (United) announced today a donation of $61,034 to Lubbock Meals on Wheels as a result of combined funds raised at Lubbock United Supermarkets, Market Street and Amigos locations through the 22nd annual "Easy As Pie" campaign.

"We are thrilled to announce the success of another Easy as Pie fundraiser and thank our guests once again for their generosity," said Shelby Crews, community relations manager for United Supermarkets, LLC. "Our donation will make a true impact by providing hot meals to those homebound in our community this holiday season."

An additional $14,039 was raised by locations in Brownfield, Lamesa, Levelland, Littlefield, Lubbock, Muleshoe, Plainview, Post, Slaton and Snyder. These funds were donated to their respective local Meals on Wheels organizations.

During the fundraiser, which ran Nov. 15-23, guests could make a $5 donation and receive one coupon for a free Sara Lee pie. Guests will have until Dec. 31, 2013 to redeem their coupons and can choose from the following pie varieties: Pumpkin, Oven Fresh Sweet Potato, Oven Fresh Blueberry, Oven Fresh Mince, Dutch Apple, Home-style Apple, Oven Fresh Peach and Home-style Cherry.

Lubbock Meals on Wheels prepares and delivers more than 550 meals daily to Lubbock's homebound community.

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