Grass Valley Sears sponsors community food drive
December 26, 2012
Sears Hometown Stores plan to hand out more than savings this holiday season. Select Sears Hometown Stores across the U.S. are collecting non-perishable food items to donate to local charities in their communities. Customers who live near Grass Valley are encouraged to stop into the Sears Hometown Store located at 129 Idaho Maryland Road and drop off items now through Dec. 29. Each person who donates a food item will receive $5 off his purchase of $50, which is valid one time per customer. The food collected will be donated to the Nevada County Food Bank.
"The holidays can be a difficult time of year for so many. Together with our customers, we are working to collect items for the food drive to give back to those in our communities who are less fortunate," said Ron Gaynor, owner of the Grass Valley Sears Hometown Store. "We are grateful for the support we have received from the Nevada County residents and hope that this food drive makes a difference in their lives."
For information, customers can call or drop in the Grass Valley store.
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