Amador Valley Athletic Booster Club Shows Appreciation to Safeway
Original post made by Ken mano, Willow West, on Jun 3, 2014
At the year end Boosters meeting, Amador Valley Athletic Boosters made a special presentation to Safeway, Steve Kozak, store manager of the Pleasanton Santa Rita store accepted the award.
In 1999, eScrip introduced an electronic scrip program and Safeway was the primary merchant participant in the program, within a few months, Amador Valley Boosters signed up as a participating group. After signing up 20 in the first month, the boosters went all out, with incentive programs for the students and teams, and ended up as the largest eScrip group in the country, with over 7,000 registered shoppers, currently there are over 50,000 groups in eScrip. Shoppers can donate to their favorite school or group, just by registering their Safeway Club Card. (Note: recent changes in the program donâ€™t give donations for using credit cards, so use cash, debit cards or purchase Safway gift cards first).
Amador Valley has about 2,700 students, and 1,000 of those students participate in athletics. There are 23 sports and over 50 coaches. The Athletic programs are 100% self-funded by parent and community donations, membership and ticket sales, and group and team fundraisers.
eScrip and Safeway are a very important part of the fund raising, allowing our students to continue to compete, perform, play and achieve.
Steve, on behalf of Amador Valley High School and the Amador Valley Athletic Boosters Club, thank you for your support! To show our appreciation, we had wonderful banners made to display around the school and one for your store.
Thank you again for supporting Amador Valley High School!
Photo: Store Manager, Steve Kozak, Principal, Tom Drescher, eScrip Coordinator, Kim Guidance
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