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  • Price Rite Donates $73K to RI Food Bank

    [CREDIT: Price Rite] From left: Rob Goddard, store manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Andrew Schiff, CEO of Rhode Island Community Food Bank; William Devin, director of operations, Price Rite Marketplace; Joey Hunter, human resources generalist, Price Rite Marketplace; Desiree Franqui, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Cranston; Jessica Feliciano, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Johnston; Daisy Del Valle, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Warwick; Alice Alvarez, top selling cashier at Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Stephanie Botelho, human resources generalist, Price Rite Marketplace; Glen Ricciarelli, assistant store manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Karla Rosado, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Woonsocket.

    [CREDIT: Price Rite] From left: Rob Goddard, store manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Andrew Schiff, CEO of Rhode Island Community Food Bank; William Devin, director of operations, Price Rite Marketplace; Joey Hunter, human resources generalist, Price Rite Marketplace; Desiree Franqui, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Cranston; Jessica Feliciano, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Johnston; Daisy Del Valle, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Warwick; Alice Alvarez, top selling cashier at Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Stephanie Botelho, human resources generalist, Price Rite Marketplace; Glen Ricciarelli, assistant store manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Providence; Karla Rosado, front end manager, Price Rite Marketplace of Woonsocket.

    PROVIDENCE — Team members from local Price Rite Marketplace locations presented a check for  $70,272 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank from the supermarket’s annual Check-Out Hunger campaign on May 16, plus an additional $3,000 from the Providence, Warwick and Cranston stores for finishing as the three top-fundraising spots.

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    Sixty-four Price Rite stores throughout Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Rhode Island banded together to collect donations at checkout from November through December 2017,  raising more than $220,000 for food banks across nine states to support the fight against hunger. The supermarket brand has raised more than $1.6 million for the Check-Out Hunger initiative since 2002.

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