ST. LOUIS — Supermarkets get an “A” for effort in educational fund-raising. Along with supporting manufacturer-driven programs like Campbell's Labels for Education and General Mills' Box Tops for Education, retailers have their own initiatives in place to help students get free educational and athletic merchandise. Among the efforts: • Hy-Vee Smiles for Education: An eight-week promotion that awards schools $5,000 each and a laptop computer to select students. • Stop & Shop A+ ...
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