QuickChek Presents Check To Sandy Relief Fund

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(From the left) Paul Ridder, Tasty Baking Company; Maria Coyle, Oxford Communications; Mike Irwin, AFI Foods (background); Chuck Cuomo, AFI Foods; First Lady Mary Pat Christie; Dean Durling, QuickChek; Heather VanSaders, QuickChek; Bob Brown, Tasty Baking Company at the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund reception held on Wed. Dec. 19 at The Governor’s Mansion in Princeton. (Photo courtesy of QuickCheck)

(From the left) Paul Ridder, Tasty Baking Company; Maria Coyle, Oxford Communications; Mike Irwin, AFI Foods (background); Chuck Cuomo, AFI Foods; First Lady Mary Pat Christie; Dean Durling, QuickChek; Heather VanSaders, QuickChek; Bob Brown, Tasty Baking Company at the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund reception held on Wed. Dec. 19 at The Governor’s Mansion in Princeton. (Photo courtesy of QuickCheck)

WHITEHOUSE STATION – On Wednesday, Dec. 19, QuickChek, the premier fresh convenience store chain in the New York metropolitan area, presented a check in the amount of $110,569 to New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie to benefit the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund.

Following Hurricane Sandy, more than 130 QuickChek locations collected donations from customers and employees through a limited-time in-store donation at all New Jersey and New York stores. Additional support was received from key QuickChek vendor partners, including generous donations from M&M Mars, Jack & Jill Ice Cream, AFI/PFG Food Service, Tastykake, S&D Coffee, PepsiCo, Oxford Communications and JL Media, among others.

Dean Durling, QuickChek President and CEO, presented the contribution to Mrs. Christie during the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund reception held at Drumthwacket in Princeton. “We are grateful for the generous support of our customers, team members, and vendors in raising funds to help individuals and communities that were sorely impacted by Hurricane Sandy in the communities we serve,” said Durling. “As New Jersey’s convenience store, we embrace our neighbors and vow to do what we can to see our state rebound.”

To learn more about the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund, visit www.SandyNJReliefFund.org.


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