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Extra Foods and Pepsico give back to Salvation Army

Extra Foods and PepsiCo Foods donated $180 to the Fernie Salvation Army food bank. From left: Rodney Brink, PepsiCo Foods sales representative, Major James Hagglund, Salvation Army, and Ann Zweerink, Extra Foods manager.  - N. Obre
Extra Foods and PepsiCo Foods donated $180 to the Fernie Salvation Army food bank. From left: Rodney Brink, PepsiCo Foods sales representative, Major James Hagglund, Salvation Army, and Ann Zweerink, Extra Foods manager.
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The Fernie Salvation Army food bank was happy to receive a $360 cheque from PepsiCo Foods (Frito Lay) and Extra Foods on Wednesday. The donation came as a result of PepsiCo's 2013 Lays Food Bank Drive.

The national fundraiser aimed to stock community food banks to support those in need and successfully raised over $30,000. All of the funds were donated to local food banks across the country.

 

 

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