, Gloucester, MA


April 30, 2013

Business briefcase

Stop & Shop’s Triple Winner Game

From now until July 18, customers of Stop & Shop at 6 Thatcher Road in Gloucester, will support pediatric brain tumor care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through Stop & Shop’s annual Triple Winner Game.

Customers who give a $1 contribution to the Jimmy Fund receive a Triple Winner scratch ticket and could be an instant winner of either a free product, gift card, or cash prizes up to $10,000 or could receive a product coupon.

Stop & Shop, in partnership with the Boston Red Sox, has raised nearly $52 million through the Triple Winner Game. This year the company aims to raise another $2.5 million through its in-store campaign, “Donate Hope.” The Triple Winner Game, started in 1991, supports the fight against pediatric cancer, at the Stop & Shop Family Pediatric Brain Tumor Clinic at Dana-Farber, the most comprehensive research and care center for pediatric brain tumor patients in the United States. This program also provides children with in-depth intellectual and emotional support to help them adapt to their lives post-treatment.

Sage Floral Studio moving

Owners Beth Genovese and Gina Russo recently announced that Sage Floral Studio will move to its new location — 274 Main St., between Thai Choice and The Cat Doctor — today.

“After 12 successful years at our current location, we were at a crossroads. This opportunity came up and we decided it was a good time for us to expand,” said Russo in a statement. “We are so excited about our new, sunny spot, and can’t wait for our customers to see it!”

Sage Floral Studio is a European-inspired flower shop, offering fresh-cut flowers, house plants, one of the largest selections of orchid plants on the North Shore, and a unique array of giftware and seasonal decorations for the home.

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