United is kicking off its annual school supply drive in a big way.

This is just one of those things that makes United, United. I know that's a weird sentence and sentiment, but long before they had competition, United was there for our community in all the best ways.

It's one thing to ask for donations, it's an entirely different thing to give the drive a push start. United is priming the pump this year by giving local school superintendents gift cards to purchase the initial donations.

Think about this the next time you go shopping, you don't even have to grab anything off the shelf, your cashier will probably ask you if you'd like to donate, if you can, please do. Smarter kids benefit everyone.

Here's the official press release for the event:

 

 

United Supermarkets set to kick-off annual School Supply Drive with local superintendents

LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets will join with local school district superintendents to kick-off its annual school supply drive on Wednesday, July 20 at 9:00 a.m. at United Supermarkets (12815 Indiana Avenue).

As in the past, instead of donating physical school supplies, guests will be able to donate at the register by adding any dollar amount to their grocery bill at check out. From July 20 to August 1, the donate-at-the-register campaign will run across Lubbock in all United Supermarkets, Markets Streets and Amigos stores.

Following brief remarks, United Supermarkets will provide the superintendents with gift cards for a mini school supply shopping spree to kick-off this year’s fundraiser.

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