Lubbock's genorosity is showing up in grocery receipts at United Supermarkets.
In three days, United shoppers have donated more than $200,000 in its scan tag program. More than $122,000 of that is from Lubbock stores alone. Shoppers have bought nearly $14,000 in flood buckets, and nearly $5,000 in health kits for hurricane survivors.
The relief efforts will continue. You can add a donation to your grocery bill through the scan tag or you can purchase a flood bucket or health kit. Proceeds benefit both Red Cross and Salvation Army.
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