Tom Thumb, Snickers Treat Kids Drugs here and Snickers joined forces to treat two groups of children to a World Cup soccer game. One hundred eighty-four tickets were donated to Citibeat, an inner-city soccer program. "These children will remember attending a World Cup game in Dallas for the rest of their lives," said Jack Evans Jr., president and chief executive officer of Tom Thumb. Leaf Develops Easter SKUs CHICAGO -- Leaf here has developed new items for the upcoming Easter holiday. ...

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