Southeastern Grocers dispatches Wall of Honor in backing of Wounded Warrior Project

Southeastern Grocers dispatches Wall of Honor in backing of Wounded Warrior Project

wall of honorSoutheastern Grocers, the parent organization of BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie stores, launches Wall of Honor community donation program in all its stores to support Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). In the wake of Veterans Day, the grocer has created a donation campagin through all of its stores from Nov. 2-15 and will  donate every cent generated from the customers donationst to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Customers are urged to visit their neighborhood BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie stores to buy a $1 Dedication Card and write a message to their own particular military legend. These individual dedications will be used to build a Wall of Honor at every store as a visual tribute to the individuals who served, keep on serving the country. Clients can likewise like, share and follow BI-LO, Harveys, Winn-Dixie and WWP Facebook posts and Twitter feeds with #AllforHonor; or respect a veteran by posting a dedication onwww.facebook.com/allforhonor.

“Amid our fruitful Independence Day campaign, which raised over $3 million for the WWP Independence Program, we were enlivened by our clients and partners who wrote individual dedications to their own warriors on our store signage,” said Ian McLeod, CEO and president of Southeastern Grocers. “We completely perceive their pride and keep on honouring and appreciating our military and their families for their penances,” proceeded McLeod.

“Our cooperation with Southeastern Grocers has given Wounded Warrior Project the assets we need to satisfy our goal of honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors,” said Steve Nardizzi, CEO at WWP. “The Independence Day campaign surpassed our expectations, and we are significantly thankful to Southeastern Grocers, their staggering staff and their unwavering clients for their devotion to country’s veterans. We’re energized for what Southeastern Grocers will accomplish for our Alumni once more this year, as they keep on representing what can be accomplished when similarly invested philanthropies and enterprises unite.”

Southeastern Grocers has effectively listened to its customers and partners, and it is inexhaustibly clear that they have great admiration and gratefulness for Wounded Warrior Project. This enthusiasm for the reason has driven Southeastern Grocers to name WWP as an Official Charity Partner for 2016, empowering future activities to expand awareness and backing for WWP over all BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie stores all through the Southeast.

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