ShopRite customers throughout South Jersey rung up nearly $93,000 in donations for brain tumor research.
Zallie Supermarkets spearheaded a collection at its eight ShopRite stores, asking customers to donate money to the National Brain Tumor Society.
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The stores collected $92,842.71, Zallie said in a news release, bringing their two-year total to nearly $154,000.
The donation drive stems from the chain’s support for an employee who lost her son to a brain tumor.
“We are proud to support this organization and would like to thank all our customers and associates for their generosity,” said Giuliana Zallie, the company’s director of marketing.
The participating stores were in Glassboro, West Berlin, Williamstown, Chews Landing, West Deptford, Sicklerville, Gibbstown and Clementon.

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