Cumberland Farms Marks New Store Opening With $1,000 Gift

Retailer supports Titusville, Fla., Police Athletic League

Published in CSP Daily News

TITUSVILLE, Fla. -- In keeping with its corporate commitment to supporting youth causes in the communities it serves, Cumberland Farms presented a $1,000 donation Tuesday to support the Titusville, Fla., Police Athletic League (PAL).

PAL is the cooperative effort of the Titusville Police Department and area businesses and citizens. It provides a safe place for kids ages 7 to 18 to play, and gives many children who might not otherwise be able to an opportunity to participate in organized athletics. The program was designed to use sports as an avenue to [image-nocss] reach children who need positive values in their lives.

Cumberland Farms is a champion of PAL's program. Its donation reflects the company's commitment to participating in the community, as it marks the opening of its newest store in Titusville. The store is an updated design, with a customer-friendly design, more square footage and wider shopping isles. The store also hosts the company's signature Chill Zone, a selection of delicious frozen drinks, and a daily selection of fresh sandwiches and meals-on-the-go from its Fresh Sandwich line.

The Titusville Cumberland Farms is open 24 hours a day and offers 24 pumping stations.

Cumberland Farms' network of retail stores, gas stations and a support system including petroleum, dairy and grocery distribution operations spans 11 states across the Northeast and Florida.

Cumberland Farms takes pride in its corporate citizenship. Through its Corporate Giving Program for Youth, the company is working to improve the prospects for young people, to encourage and support young people's achievements in business and leadership, and to provide educational opportunities for young people. It sponsors 4-H, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Making Strides for Breast Cancer and provides college scholarships. In addition to annual corporate contributions, Cumberland Farms is active at the local level, building awareness and supporting worthy organizations in the communities where we live and work.

[Pictured: Officer Patty Morgan of the Titusville Police Department; Ron Sides, general manager, Cumberland Farms; Mike Westropp, regional manager, Cumberland Farms; Raymond Fisk, marketing manager, Cumberland Farms; Bob Gwizdala, area sales manager, Cumberland Farms; and Dianna Holman, HR representative, Cumberland Farms.]

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