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Shop and Score program honors top points-earning schools on Maui

By Staff | Dec 20, 2012

From left, David Yoshioka of Pepsi, Eric Higa of Times Supermarkets, Scott Soldwisch of Lahainaluna High School, Chris Borden and Gary Shalander of Times Supermarkets, and Gerald Shintaku of Kraft Foods in Hawaii hold the check for $27,273.26 in equipment coming to Maui schools. PHOTO BY KRAFT FOODS IN HAWAII.

HONOLULU – Kraft Foods in Hawaii and Times Supermarkets recently presented Maui high schools with their share of $250,000 in Adidas uniforms and equipment earned through the 12th annual Shop and Score program.

Lahainaluna High School was a top points-earning school, coming in third place statewide and earning nearly $17,000 in uniforms and equipment.

Other participating high schools on Maui included Baldwin, Maui, Hana, Kamehameha School Maui and King Kekaulike.

In total, the Maui schools earned more than $27,000 in free uniforms and equipment.