Friday, December 2, 2011

Fred's Donating $2000 to Northwest Rankin H.S.


fred’s Super Dollar Grand Opening
Gives School Something to Celebrate

MEMPHIS, TN. (December 1, 2011) – fred’s Super Dollar will contribute $2,000 to Northwest Rankin High School during ceremonies to celebrate the grand opening of its new store at the Reservoir on Friday, December 2.

The check presentation and grand opening ceremonies will take place at the new 16,000-square-foot fred’s Super Dollar at 1898 Spillway Road beginning at 8:45 a.m.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the Reservoir community,” said Ursula Roman, Marketing Director for Fred’s Inc. “As an organization that encourages strong community involvement and recognizes the importance of education, we strive to contribute to any needs that we can for educational programs that will benefit children of this community.”

Richard Morrison, principal at Northwest Rankin High School, said the donation will help them get classrooms up-to-date with technology.

“We want to to keep moving forward with the latest classroom advancements such as calculators and smart-boards,” Morrison said.

The fred’s Super Dollar is the new-store prototype for Fred’s Inc. and provides low prices and a wide product variety all in a customer-centric shopping environment.

The first 150 customers to the ceremony will receive a free fred’s Super Dollar reusable shopping bag. Customers will also be able to register for a $100 fred’s Super Dollar shopping spree that will be given to one customer each day from Friday, December 2, through Sunday, December 4.

For more information, please visit www.fredsinc.com

The Rez News
Barnett Reservoir

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Um, if Mr. Morrison thinks that calculators are one of the latest classroom advancements, my opionion of the leadership at NWRHS has been diminished.

Mike Source said...

Mr. Morrison is the best (and I have known them all) leader Northwest Rankin has ever had. And the calculators you speak of are for the advanced math classes and cost approximately $250 a piece. So I applaud Mr. Morrison and the rest of the leadership at one of Mississippi's only Star Schools!

Chris M said...

Prolly those dang Tex Instruments graphing calculators...grrrrr...oh, how I loathed those buggers