WHEN PEYTON MANNING needed a supermarket partner for his Project 18 program, he immediately turned to Marsh Supermarkets. The two have enjoyed a long-term professional relationship that remains strong today. “When Peyton first came to Indianapolis, we were a sponsor of the Colts,” said Connie Gardner, the retailer's senior director of community relations. Manning was drafted by the Colts in 1998, and has been a leader on and off the field. In the community, he has lent time, money and his ...

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