IGA said it will add social media components to its fourth annual Exclusive Brands donation initiative to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. The components will include messaging and graphics to help retailers connect with shoppers on Facebook and Twitter to build awareness of IGA’s participation in the program; plus point-of-purchase signage to explain the Project’s holistic approach to serving injured service members that involves mind, body, engagement and economic ...
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