BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. -- By bringing together marketing and community relations, Ingles Markets here has provided schools in six Southeastern states with approximately $1.5 million worth of free school equipment. The chain hopes to increase that amount to $2 million in 1999. The program, called "Tapes of Education," requires the collection of Ingles' receipts at area schools for redemption on school equipment. "We're a community minded company in six different states," said Tom Outlaw, ...
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