|WCSI Local News|
Circle K stores in Indiana raised nearly $1.2 million through their annual Pick-A-Pumpkin Campaign.
The convenience store chain raised $1,193,632 for the March of Dimes program aimed at helping babies that are born prematurely. Tim Arndt, State Director of Communications and Marketing for the March of Dimes, says the Circle K stores in South Central Indiana raised nearly $2,000 per store.
The October campaign marks the 18th year for the partnership between the March of Dimes, Circle K and White River Broadcasting. "The Pick-A-Pumpkin Campaign for March of Dimes is an important part of how we serve our customers and support our employees," Mary Novak, Director of Operations for Circle K, said.
Last Updated: Saturday, November 09, 2013 3:26:14 PM
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