High’s employees donated 1,000 care packages and 60 dozen doughnuts to local hospitals such as Johns Hopkins Children Center, Anne Arundel County Medical Center, Meritus Health, Union Hospital of Cecil County and several others within the communities that High’s serves.
The care packages included various packaged beverage and snack items donated by Bakery Express, Coca-Cola, Hershey, Monster Energy, Pepsi, Saval Foods and Utz. Each package was put together carefully by a High’s employee who also included a thank you note and a coupon for a free quart of High’s Ice Cream.
“We can’t thank our frontline hospital staff enough for their unwavering support during the COVID-19 crisis. The care packages are a small token of our appreciation to them.” said Brad Chivington, Sr. VP and General Manager.
High’s also extended their “Free Coffee for First Responders” program to medical professionals working to protect its communities. The program allows all first responders and medical professionals in uniform (or who can provide badge identification), a free coffee or fountain beverage of any size during their visit.
The High’s brand was born in 1928 as an ice cream chain growing rapidly throughout the Mid-Atlantic States. At one time, there were more than 500 locations, making High’s the largest ice cream store chain in the world. Carroll Motor Fuels acquired High’s in 2012 and continued to build from such a strong heritage. Today, High’s is a chain of 49 convenience stores run by a team of more than 500 talented individuals. Learn more at www.highs.com