Bringing Help and Hope to Our Neighbors and Communities
The Kroger Co. Family of Stores has a long history of bringing help and hope to the communities we serve, including a strong commitment to education. Last year alone, we provided $34.2 million to support schools and education programs. We also contribute more than $220 million annually in funds, food and products to support local communities.
We’re focused on feeding the hungry through more than 80 local Feeding America food bank partners, in addition to supporting women’s health, our troops and their families, and local schools and grassroots organizations. We’re also strong supporters of The Salvation Army, American Red Cross and organizations that promote the advancement of women and minorities.
No matter what you’re looking for in a gym, we’ve got a membership option made for you. All Planet Fitness members enjoy unlimited access to their home club and the support of our friendly, knowledgeable staff anytime you need it. PF Black Card® members receive additional benefits, including the ability to bring a guest for free and access to any of our 1,500+ PF locations.
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It’s our goal to provide a clean, safe, welcoming environment for anyone who walks through our door, and all the equipment, amenities and support you need once you’re here.
For over 100 years, we’ve been helping hard-working people tackle life’s challenges by providing the help you need when you need it. Our loan experts are from your community, understand your unique situation, and will treat you with honesty, dignity, and respect. Our goal is to deliver the best customer experience and empower you to take control of your finances.
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In 1951, a businessman named Robert O. Peterson opened the first Jack in the Box® restaurant in San Diego on the main east-west thoroughfare leading into city. Equipped with an intercom system and drive-thru window, the tiny restaurant served up hamburgers to passing motorists for just 18 cents, while a large jack-in-the-box clown kept watch from the roof.
Along with his Jack in the Box restaurants, Mr. Peterson operated other restaurant concepts as well as a food-manufacturing facility as divisions of a parent company called San Diego Commissary Co. In 1960, San Diego Commissary changed its name to Foodmaker Co., and Jack in the Box expanded outside of California with the opening of its first restaurants in Phoenix, Ariz. Three years later, Jack in the Box expanded into Texas, where it opened restaurants in the Houston and Dallas-Ft. Worth areas.
With more than 70 varieties of Warm ‘n Fresh™ donuts and bakery products, Winchell’s offers customers a diverse menu that includes: donuts, cinnamon rolls, muffins, bagels, croissants, and sandwiches. Winchell’s donuts feature top-grade fruit fillings, aromatic spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg, bittersweet chocolate frosting and pure vegetable oil (no animal fats). A large beverage selection is offered, which includes specially blended coffee made from the highest grade of dark roasted Arabica beans. Hot and frozen cappuccino, milk, tea, soda, and fresh squeezed juices (at participating stores) are also available. Winchell’s promises customers fresh products and personable service from the moment they walk through our doors.