Save Mart and Lucky Supermarkets donate $41,000 for the organization’s fire relief efforts in Northern California

Modesto, Calif., 2015-9-25 — /EPR Retail News/ — A nine-day campaign where shoppers at Save Mart and Lucky Supermarkets could donate to the American Red Cross at checkout stands netted more than $41,000 for the organization’s fire relief efforts in Northern California.

This is in addition to a new delivery of 2700 servings of tuna, fruit bowls, granola bars and other snacks to a warehouse in Calistoga for the Red Cross.

Our family-owned company has also helped other non-profits throughout the fire emergencies.

  • For the Butte Fire, our Save Mart store in Angel Camp gave pallets of bottled water and ice to Cal-Fire and meals to the Salvation Army to feed its evacuees. Our Save Mart store in Jackson donated food, supplies and a refrigerator to the Sutter Creek Church of Nazarene.
  • For the Valley Fire, our Lucky store in Ukiah continues to be a clothing and household drop-off site. And our FoodMaxx store in Yuba City and Lucky store in Napa donated cases of bottled water.
  • And for the Tassajara Fire, our Lucky store in Pacific Grove donated bottled water for firefighters and residents.

We are part of the communities affected by the fires and will continue to monitor donation requests.

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Based in the heart of the Central Valley, Save Mart Supermarkets is committed to sourcing a wide variety of local products ensuring that ‘fresh comes first’ for neighborhoods throughout California and Northern Nevada. The company employs over 16,000 team members and operates 212 traditional and price impact stores under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky,
FoodMaxx, S-Mart Foods, and Maxx Value Foods. In addition to its retail operation, Save Mart owns and operates two distribution centers, Smart Refrigerated Transport, Yosemite Wholesale Warehouse, and is a voting partner in Super Store Industries (SSI)—which owns and operates a distribution center in Lathrop, Mid Valley Dairy in Fairfield, and Sunnyside
Farms ice cream plant in Turlock. For more information on the company visit www.SaveMart.com.

Contact: Nannette Miranda / 925.833.6136

Save Mart and Lucky stores to collect monetary donations for the American Red Cross fire relief efforts in Northern California

Company enhances relief efforts by offering shoppers the ability to donate money at checkout

Modesto, Calif., 2015-9-16 — /EPR Retail News/ — Save Mart announced today that its Save Mart and Lucky stores are collecting monetary donations for the American Red Cross fire relief efforts in Northern California. Shoppers can donate any amount they choose at checkout. The donation amount will be printed on the receipt so shoppers have a record of their tax deductible donation.

This recent effort to support the American Red Cross is in addition to coordinated donations of food and water throughout the weekend in Calaveras County, Napa, Sonoma and Ukiah. Save Mart is a committed partner in the communities we serve, donating nearly $5 million annually to local non-profit organizations.

Contact: Nannette Miranda, Public Affairs Manager
925.833.6136, Nannette.Miranda@SaveMart.com

For more information, please contact Nannette Miranda at 925.833.6136
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Based in the heart of the Central Valley, Save Mart Supermarkets is committed to sourcing a wide variety of local products ensuring that ‘fresh comes first’ for neighborhoods throughout California and Northern Nevada. The company employs over 16,000 team members and operates 212 traditional and price impact stores under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky, FoodMaxx, S-Mart Foods, and Maxx Value Foods. In addition to its retail operation, Save Mart owns and operates two distribution centers, Smart Refrigerated Transport, Yosemite Wholesale Warehouse, and is a voting partner in Super Store Industries (SSI)—which owns and operates a distribution center in Lathrop, Mid Valley Dairy in Fairfield, and Sunnyside Farms ice cream plant in Turlock. For more information on the company visit www.SaveMart.com.

SOURCE: Save Mart Supermarkets