RICHARD TURCSIK TRENTON, N.J. -- A New Jersey supermarket promotion that let shoppers make a donation at the checkout counter to support the U.S. Olympic Committee may serve as the model for a national prototype, according to one of its sponsors. ponsored by Nabisco and Shadow Broadcast Services, the program, "Support Your Olympic Athletes," was modeled after the Check-Out Hunger In New Jersey program and was implemented in over 300 stores. In the three-week program, which ran July 21 to ...

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