CIRCLEVILLE, LANCASTER (Dimple Times) An act of appreciation can go a long way, and with the ever-changing situation of COVID-19 affecting a lot of different areas, including businesses and the employees, an act of appreciation can make a huge difference in showing how grateful we are for those working diligently to keep things running for us.
The Kroger Company went out of its way for its employees this past weekend, by placing an order at Donatos Pizza for 12,000 of their employees. Their Central Ohio employees located across the area at 68 different Kroger stores were treated to a hot fresh meal. Donatos shared in an Instagram post that it was: “The largest single order in the company’s almost 57-year-old history.”
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Sixty-two of the pizza restaurants company and franchise restaurants pitched in together to make this a reality, working together to bring a bit of light to the Kroger store employees that have been working hard.
“These women and men have been tirelessly stocking shelves, providing service and keeping their stores clean so that our communities can have the food and other household necessities they need during these challenging days.” Donatos shared in a post on their Instagram.
The large task included in the local Donatos in both Circleville and Lancaster, Ohio pitching in to help create food for the Krogers in those areas.
You can see the original Instagram post from Donatos Pizza here.
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