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Shop and Score helps schools earn their share of Adidas uniforms and sports equipment

By Staff | Sep 21, 2017

HONOLULU – Times Supermarkets and Big Save announced that Shop and Score is back for its 17th year. From now through Oct. 17, shoppers can help Hawaii’s public and private schools earn their share of $250,000 in Adidas uniforms and sports equipment.

“To help high school athletic programs on Oahu, Maui and Kauai earn as many points as possible, shoppers should look for the Shop and Score Jersey logo near their favorite products while shopping,” said Chris Borden, senior director of marketing and merchandise for Times Supermarkets.

“Over the past 16 years, we’ve been proud to provide over $2.25 million of much-needed support to Hawaii’s high school athletic programs.”

Students, parents, alumni and community members can earn points (one point per product) for the school of their choice by purchasing participating products from Nabisco, Pepsi, Kimberly Clark, Pint Size, Quaker, Kellogg’s, Love’s, Darigold, Con Agra, Kraft Heinz, Reckitt Benckiser, Tyson, Crystal Farms, Farmer John, Diamond G, Chicken of the Sea, Sterling Silver, Flavor Choice and Paramount Distributed Produce.

See the participating product list at timessupermarkets.com/score and designate the school of your choice at the time of checkout.

For West Maui schools, the codes are 363 for Lahainaluna High School and 365 for Maui Preparatory Academy.

In addition to the athletic equipment and uniforms, American Savings Bank will contribute $25,000 in academic scholarships.

“Ten outstanding high school seniors will each be awarded a $2,500 tuition scholarship,” said Borden.

“The scholarship program is administered by the Hawaii Community Foundation, and the winners of the scholarships don’t have to be athletes to be awarded.”

Participation in the Shop and Score program is free. To donate your points to the school of your choice, simply inform the cashier during checkout.