Purchases can benefit schools
Now through December, all Jamestown area schools and Hugo’s Family Marketplace stores are working together to earn donations from the Gold’n Plump brand of deli rotisserie chicken. The money raised is unrestricted, meaning it can be used for school operating expenses or educational enrichment, such as field trips, art, technology and physical fitness.
“Earning donations for a product purchase is new for us,” said Rory Bidinger, brand advocacy and marketing manager for Gold’n Plump. Patterned after similar label redemption programs that pay schools for proofs-of-purchase, the Minnesota-based chicken provider is working with Labels 2 Learn, a “next generation” program that takes redemptions online to eliminate cutting and sorting of physical labels.
To earn a donation, buy a specially marked Gold’n Plump rotisserie chicken found in the deli at Hugo’s Family Marketplace stores while supplies last, then redeem the Cash Code located on the inside of the sleeve at www.Labels2Learn.com.
Bidinger said 20 cents will be donated for each Cash Code redeemed online to the customer’s chosen school.