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Business roundup: Intimidators offering souvenir baseball items for sale

KANNAPOLIS ó The Kannapolis Intimidators baseball team has recently received new inventory in the “Intimidation Station” souvenir store.
The new merchandise includes crew sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts and fleece blankets. The Intimidation Station also has T-shirts, hats, player trading cards, mini-bats and much more. for the holidays, customers receive $10 off any purchase of $50.
The Intimidators souvenir store is located at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, Exit 63 off I-85. The store is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Intimidators open the 2009 South Atlantic League season April 9 at home against the Asheville Tourists. Single game and season tickets are available by calling 704-932-FANS or you can visit www.intimidatorsbaseball.com.
Food Lion donation to Second Harvest
Food Lion supermarkets distributed close to $7,000 worth of holiday products to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina.
This delivery is the first of two donations the grocery chain will make during its Season of Savings that runs through mid-December.
Food Lion’s 135 Charlotte stores are displaying two specially created shopping carts filled with everything a shopper needs for a festive holiday celebration.
“During this special time of year and always, we strive to help our shoppers and the communities of Charlotte,” said Kyna Foster, Food Lion’s director of community affairs and customer relations. “We are glad to assist Second Harvest as their agencies prepare for Thanksgiving celebrations this week and hope these donated items will be used to provide many holiday meals for Charlotte community members in need.”
Food Lion is the largest donor for Second Harvest Food Bank, which serves 19 counties in North and South Carolina. In fiscal year 2007-2008, Second Harvest distributed more than 25 million pounds of food and grocery items to approximately 650 agencies, including soup kitchens, senior programs and shelters.
Food Lion also sponsored the Carolinas’ Thanksgiving Day Parade in Charlotte, of which Second Harvest was the main beneficiary of food collections. Food Lion and Second Harvest co-sponsored the Bountiful Holiday float.
Give handmade items this ChristmasThis season, shoppers may find making handmade gifts, packaging, holiday décor and baked goods helps stretch the holiday budget.
For budget-conscious shoppers, handcrafted gifts may be much less expensive.
Stampin’ Up! will host a holiday extravaganza sale with up to 50 percent off select product bundles through Monday online at www.stampinup.com/holiday.
To learn more about the holiday extravaganza sale, unique handmade gift ideas or to attend a demonstration, contact Glenda Trexler of Gold Hill at 704-202-3527 or www.stampwithglenda.com.
Submit information about new businesses, honors and management promotions to bizbriefs@salisburypost.com. Include a daytime phone number.

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