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Topco Members Step Up to Serve

Topco members are showing their community support during these unprecedented times

During these times of uncertainty, Topco members are playing a vital role in ensuring their customers have access to groceries and other necessary products. And Topco is proud to see that effort on full display as the membership continues to serve as important pillars within respective communities across the country. The hard work of these grocers and their associates has provided comfort and a sense of safety for millions as we continue to traverse through these unprecedented times.

As a way to demonstrate all that the membership is providing, we've created a compilation of videos and links to show all that they're doing to help serve their customers.

 

Stater Bros. CEO and Topco Chairman of the Board Pete Van Helden offered support and provided suggestions to customers on how to go about shopping efficiently in this time. Additionally, Stater Bros. increased associates pay during this time.

Hy-Vee has been active in providing reassurance for its shoppers, having produced an advertisement demonstrating all the ways it’s assisting customers.

In addition, the grocer has been active on YouTube, posting home fitness workouts. And it also produced an uplifting ad thanking the heroes that have continued to make the industry go.

 

Videos courtesy of Hy-Vee's YouTube page

Brad Brookshire, Chairman and CEO of Brookshire Holdings offered a heartfelt thank you to the grocer’s partners for all their hard work and effort.

Big Y President and CEO Charles D’Amour provided a message reiterating that Big Y will be there for the customers.

Coborn’s Chairman, President and CEO Chris Coborn expressed gratitude for everyone who’s keeping product on the shelves and making sure customers get what they need.

Price Chopper donated 750,000 meals to those in need and has started a campaign #KCtogether to help spread uplifting videos across the community.

In addition to a $605,000 donation, Schnuck’s created a message to show that the entire community is in this together.

K-VA-T Food City President and CEO Steve Smith fielded questions from the community, discussing how Food City is handling its supply chain during these times. In addition, the grocer is posting Facebook photos of retail associates who are working hard to assist customers.

Associated Food Stores is doing its part in the community to make sure customers are getting all their needs met in this difficult time.

With unemployment rising around the country, Alex Lee is offering jobs in its retail stores as well as distribution centers.

Photo courtesy of Daily Herald's The Pyramid

Considering the uncertainty of the current times, we're incredibly proud to be associated with these organizations who are going great lengths to make sure their respective communities have the necessary products at their disposal while providing a sense of normalcy.

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