SALISBURY, N.C. — Bottom Dollar Food invited customers to contribute to its Hurricane Irene disaster relief campaign.
The campaign, which ended Tuesday, supported efforts of the American Red Cross to raise funds that would serve those impacted areas by the hurricane. Bottom Dollar Food accepted register donations at stores in Virginia and Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas, as well as stores in the greater Philadelphia region. Bottom Dollar Food donated $4,000 to the American Red Cross.
In related news, Bottom Dollar Food provided ready-to-eat food to the Food Bank of South Jersey, a member of the Feeding America Network, in support of the food bank's disaster-relief efforts. The company also provided support to associates affected by Hurricane Irene.