(l-r) Carly High from Potandon, Catherine Smith with the Idaho Community Foundation, Tom the Turkey and Michael Hays with Personal Best Performance.[/caption]
The Idaho Falls Race to Feed the Hungry is celebrating its tenth anniversary. As the largest monetary contributor to the Idaho Falls Community Food Bank, this event is critical to helping local Idaho families in times of need. Potandon Produce is proud to partner with Personal Best Performance, the event sponsor.
Every year on Thanksgiving Day, runners and walkers of all abilities take time away from their family events to join together as a community to raise awareness and money for the food bank. In additional to sponsoring the event, Potandon Produce also makes a donation directly to the Idaho Falls Community Food Bank.
Earlier this month, Michael Hays from Personal Best Performance was joined by Tom the Turkey at the Potandon office in Idaho Falls for a check presentation and meet and greet with the Potandon staff.
“Idaho Falls has been home to Potandon Produce since the company was founded. It’s a great place to work and we are honored to be part of a great event which truly helps local families,” said Ralph Schwartz, vice president of marketing, sales and innovation.
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