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Warriors Food Bank Drive, Presented by Lucky Supermarkets
March 29, 2013
On Friday March 22, 2013, the Warriors and Lucky Supermarket teamed up to host a community fun-filled food drive at the Lucky Supermarket in Alameda. All of the food collected benefited the Alameda County Community Food Bank.
Admission into the fan fest was giving with the donation of a $5 canned food bag, which provided guest with free food and beverages, the opportunity to win raffle prizes, a live remote broadcast from 99.7FM and much more!!
The tent quickly filled with fans and excitement…
Both Warriors Carl Landry...
...and Jarrett Jack were in attendance to help show support and encourage fans to participate by signing autographs for those that donated.
Upon entering the tent, fans were greeted by the Warrior Girls and were treated to live entertainment from Warriors hype man Franco Finn.
The 99.7 NOW crew was there to DJ and create a lively atmosphere.
Fans received the opportunity to spin the Lucky prize wheel and win an iPod, Nook, Warriors player bobbleheads and several other prizes.
In addition, fans could participate in the Oreo Stacking competition …
…get their faces painted …
… jump around in the Warriors inflatable bounce house …
…or play a game of NBA 2K13.
Carl Landry participated in an Oreo stacking competition and challenged fans to a shooting contest outside at the Warriors inflatable.
As the evening was coming to a close, Franco Finn surprised everyone when he announced that The Warriors and Lucky would both match the $1,000 dollars that was raised at the event.
Jarrett Jack, along with Lucky Supermarkets Sr. Manager of Partnerships and Promotions Cindy Foy and Executive Director of the Alameda County Community Food Bank Suzan Bateson, presented the $2,000 that Lucky and the Warriors decided to contribute in addition.
Combined with the monetary donations raised from the event, the astounding 1,840 pounds of food donated, the Warriors and Lucky Supermarkets efforts generated nearly $9,000 worth of food.
This is also equivalent to providing more than 6,450 meals for 1 in 5 Alameda County residents, two thirds of who are children and seniors that the Alameda County Community Food Bank serves.
At the end of the event, the Warriors and Lucky Supermarkets were happy to make a difference and help the Alameda County Community Food Bank continue to provide nutritious food to the people in the community that need it most. Thank you to Lucky Supermarkets for helping make this event possible.