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QuickChek Converts HQ Into Mini Golf Course For Family Fund, And More…

More than 150 QuickChek executives, employees and vendors enjoyed playing miniature golf on a makeshift course on the lawn of the company’s headquarters support center in Whitehouse Station to raise money for the QuickChek Family Fund. (Photo by Russ Mensch, Mensch & Co. Inc.)
More than 150 QuickChek executives, employees and vendors enjoyed playing miniature golf on a makeshift course on the lawn of the company’s headquarters support center in Whitehouse Station to raise money for the QuickChek Family Fund. (Photo by Russ Mensch, Mensch & Co. Inc.)

Last updated on June 13th, 2024 at 05:00 pm

Convenience Store News In Brief…

More than 150 executives, employee team members and vendors of QuickChek enjoyed playing miniature golf on a makeshift course on the lawn of the company’s headquarters support center in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, on Oct. 11, to raise money for the QuickChek Family Fund. The fund supports employees who suffer a hardship during the year and supplies toys and gift cards to families in need. For more than a decade, QuickChek has held events throughout the year to support the Family Fund, which is supported solely by employees and company vendors. This year, each of the company’s internal departments created a U.S. city-themed miniature golf hole on the lawn of the QuickChek Support Center. Participants were asked to dress up as representatives of their chosen U.S. city…

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