Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Eddie Owens, Director of Communications and Public Relations for United Supermarkets, gave details on one way United stores in West Texas are giving back to the community on Tax Day
As a special event on Tax Day, guests who visit one of the locations of United Supermarket, Market Street, and Amigos will be treated to free beans and cornbread from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Four employees in the area were honored, and the company named their “UCrew of the Year” team.
United Supermarkets is partnering with the Junior League of Lubbock to host the Junior League’s sixth annual Food 2 Kids Pop-Tarts Drive.
Guests who purchase more than $25 or more worth of groceries in January and February will be able to purchase a $10 ticket to a men’s basketball game or a $5 ticket for women’s basketball.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Robin Hawkins, director of Health and Wellness for United Supermarkets, talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about some upcoming health and wellness events.
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Lisa Gilliland, Assistant Director of Meals on Wheels, spoke with Tom and Laura about the 22nd annual "It's as Easy as Pie" event.
Each year, United Supermarkets offer pies in exchange for $5 donations at store locations
Winning teachers receive a $100 United Supermarkets gift card and a $100 VISA gift card. The student that makes the winning nomination also receives a $50 VISA gift card.
For every $5 donation, United Supermarkets will offer one coupon for a free Sara Lee pie.
The endowment resulted from a $3 million gift from United to the Texas Tech Foundation to endow two scholarship programs at the university.