Mother's Day promotion support Special Olympics
April 29, 2011 | 1283 views | Post a comment
(SAN ANTONIO) - This Mother's Day, H-E-B and Procter & Gamble (P&G) are offering Texas shoppers a way to give a special thank you to Moms for all that they do for their families.
Starting on April 27th and through May 3, 2011, customers that purchase $30 worth of P&G products at their neighborhood H-E-B will receive a free $10 prepaid card in the mail and P&G will make a donation on their behalf to Special Olympics Texas - up to $20,000.
The support and dedication of Moms is credited with helping to make Special Olympics possible each year.Participating P&G products are:
Head & Shoulders®
Nice & Easy®
About Special Olympics Texas Special Olympics Texas is a privately funded non-profit organization that provides year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than 40,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the Lone Star State. For more information, call 1.800.876.5646 or visit www.specialolympicstexas.org .
Renowned for its innovation and community service, H-E-B, with sales of more than $16 billion, operates 332 stores in Texas and Mexico. The company is recognized for its fresh food, quality products, convenient services, and a commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability.
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