If time is money, the investment Price Chopper's management and employees make in their communities is worth a fortune. "Everybody in this community knows Price Chopper," said Nanci Conley, director of development and communications at American Red Cross of Northeastern New York, Albany. "I can't think of anything in which Price Chopper is not involved - they are always there." The Schenectady, N.Y.-based chain's pervasive support of charities, family organizations and health facilities ...

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