New Cheerios boxes were introduced on Thursday at the ShopRite in Metro Plaza in Jersey City. These new boxes feature photographs of the four employees of the store who collected the most money during ShopRite’s annual drive to prevent hunger.
The shop made a profit of $25,000.00. Gregory Selph, who resides in Newark, was recognized as one of the winners. “My mum died like 13 years ago.
I am certain that she is watching over me, and I am certain that she would be proud of me at this very moment “Selph replied.
“Are you sure we’re a grocery store? How therefore can we refuse to look into ways to feed those who are in need of some assistance?” stated store manager Peter Cavo.
This year, ShopRite locations around the country collectively raised more than one million dollars to fight hunger.
In Newark, where Selph attends church, he has become something of a local celebrity in recent years. He indicated that he had signed somewhere about 30 cartons.