Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) November 28, 2011
What: Harris Teeter, Boar’s Head Brand Announce $10,000 Donation to Local School Programs
Announcement Timed to Celebrate Final Boar’s Head® Induction Ceremony, Product Availability in All Harris Teeter Locations
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011 – 3 p.m.
Where: Harris Teeter Rea Village
1516 Providence Road
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Nov. 29, 2011, Harris Teeter President Fred Morganthall and Boar’s Head Brand President Michael Martella will present Communities in Schools and Classroom Central each with a $5,000 check in support of the organizations’ commitment to excellence in education.
Education is very important to Harris Teeter and Boar’s Head. Both companies have been working together since 2009 to provide Harris Teeter associates with the extensive training necessary to help shoppers make informed decisions about the Boar’s Head premium delicatessen meats and cheeses. Nov. 29 marks the final group of Fresh Foods Market associates to graduate from the Boar's Head training program, and to celebrate the occasion, Harris Teeter and Boar’s Head are making donations to organizations in the community also committed to education.
Since 1998, Harris Teeter has donated over $15.9 million to participating schools through its Together in Education program. The company’s Together in Education team works directly with schools to help them grow their Together in Education programs and raise funds for education. Harris Teeter associates are also constantly trained and tested, so they can continue to provide shoppers with excellence in customer service.
“We’re delighted to have a strong relationship with Harris Teeter and provide their shoppers with our vast array of the finest delicatessen meats and cheeses,” said Martella. “Additionally, Boar’s Head has a longstanding commitment to the development and enrichment of our youth. We are very proud to support Harris Teeter in providing much-needed resources to schools and students in the Charlotte community.”
Classroom Central Charlotte equips students to effectively learn by collecting and distributing free school supplies. Communities in Schools works to increase the graduation rate in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district by supporting students and placing full-time coordinators in schools.