Monday, July 30, 2012
See Ravens players at the first annual Baltimore Football Festival at the Ag Center on Aug. 18.
The First Annual Baltimore Summer Football Festival will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2012, at the Carroll County Ag Center from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.. Jiffy Mart stores will be selling admission tickets for $5 per adult, the event is free for fans under 17. Ray Lewis will sign autographs starting at 7 p.m.. Tickets to get an item autographed by Ray Lewis are $80. More than a dozen current and former Baltimore players as well as Baltimore Colts alumni will be signing autographs, taking pictures and participating in interactive games with the Baltimore fans, according to a news release. A portion of the Jiffy Mart proceeds will be donated to Carroll County Food Sunday. The event will be held at the Carroll County Ag Center on Agricultural…
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The recent event raised $1,100 to help feed Carroll County residents in need.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Kym Byrnes
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Baltimore football fans were out in full force at John Street Quarters to see Ravens punter Sam Koch and to raise money for Carroll County Food Sunday. Jiffy Mart and Koch teamed up in an event earlier this month to help raise both funds and awareness for Carroll County Food Sunday. Don't forget to sign up for the Westminster Patch newsletter. Carroll County Food Sunday helps more than 600 families in need in Carroll County a year. The organization's services include providing milk vouchers for families, and according to a news release, more than 60 percent of these vouchers are redeemed at Jiffy Mart locations. According to a news release, people started lining up at 4 p.m. for the July 9 event and more than 200 people attended. “The…
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Buy a Westminster High School cup from Jiffy Mart, support the Owls.
Jiffy Mart announced its new “Cups That Count” program, a program that will support Westminster High School. Each Jiffy Mart location will feature a 20 oz. travel mug stamped with “The Cups That Count” logo, school logo and school colors. For each cup that is sold, $2 of that sale will be donated directly to that featured school. The first school partnering with Jiffy Mart in this new program is Westminster High School. Customers purchasing this cup will have the added benefit of receiving their first fill free and a discounted refill price when using the cup for future fountain soda purchases. Dwayne Cover, Jiffy Mart business manager said, “the name of this program is very fitting as the cups sold really do count. All proceeds from the …
Monday, March 5, 2012
Baltimore Raven punter Sam Koch has created a partnership with Jiffy Mart. He will be making live appearances at four local Jiffy Mart locations.