LUBBOCK, Texas — Local leaders here and in some of the other 23 communities in which United Supermarkets does business praised the company for its years of community support and its new UCrew volunteer program. Here is what some had to say. Jo Tyler Bagwell, marketing director, Amarillo Globe News United has been partnering with us for two years on this program. What they do for the community is fantastic. They give to make the community a better place. David Weaver, executive director, ...
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