Organizations that lay the foundation for stronger communities will have more resources to help them help others thanks to Brookshire Brothers. On Tuesday, the Brookshire Brothers Charitable Foundation awarded more than $100,000 in grants to 16 non-profits and 5 education foundations across its market.
According to a release from Lufkin-based corporate offices of Brookshire Brothers, Jerry Johnson (shown at left) will step down as President and CEO at the end of April 2017. He will continue as a member of the grocer’s Board of Directors. John Alston, the current Chief Operating Officer and a 35-year veteran of the company, will succeed Johnson as President and CEO.
Brookshire Brothers has launched an initiative called Shop With Someone You Know. It highlights the employee owners who make the shopping experience personal. It also encourages people to shop with a local business – and in this case – one that’s an
ESOP – 100% owned by its employees.
The annual Toys for Tots Kickoff took place Monday evening at the Brookshire Brothers located in the Gaslight Plaza in Lufkin. This event officially kicks off the giving season for the Toys for Tots program that helps place toys into the hands of less fortunate kids in East Texas.
Not many folks in East Texas are familiar with the name Spit and Whittle. But, back in 1921, that was how many affectionately referred to the new grocery store that was founded by Austin and Tom Brookshire.
Organizations that lay the foundation for stronger communities will have more resources to help them help othersthanks to Brookshire Brothers. The company’s Charitable
Foundation announces its 2016 recipients, including 15 nonprofits
and three education foundations.
In the Spring of 2015, we felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in hunger for dessert, and were suddenly silenced. On Monday, December 14th, the Force awakens.
Towards the beginning of Summer, Brookshire Brothers launched their Hometown Celebration game. Shoppers are given game pieces that they can then match on a game board for a chance to win big prizes and cash in on store discounts.
Over the past few weeks, we've been hearing about recalls of selected Blue Bell products, primarily from those coming from a plant in Oklahoma. Monday, officials at Blue Bell's headquarters in Brenham, TX made the announcement that they are voluntarily recalling all of their products.
Showing off nice legs has never been so...delicious! KICKS 105 teamed up with Brookshire Brothers to show our thanks to some hard working individuals at area businesses, schools, and departments. And what better way to do that than with deliveries of the best fried chicken in town?
Throughout the month of March, KICKS 105 has teamed up with our friends from Brookshire Brothers to give out some 'Nice Legs' to area businesses. We're talking about the 'Best Fried Chicken in Town' from the Brookshire Brothers Deli.
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