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Biz Briefs 1/7/18

Melissa Ellenburg named marketing coordinator for Carolina SeniorCare

LEXINGTON — Melissa Ellenburg has been promoted to marketing coordinator for
Carolina SeniorCare in Lexington.

Ellenburg will be responsible for marketing, enrollment, community outreach and
community relations functions for Carolina SeniorCare.

She brings more than seventeen years of expertise in the senior services industry to her new role.

“We are excited to have Melissa as our marketing coordinator,” said Thomas
Chang, executive director of Carolina SeniorCare. “She knows the needs of seniors
through her work here as enrollment coordinator. She is a trusted professional of our
industry and understands how to help seniors remain in their homes and communities.”

Carolina SeniorCare is located at 802 East Center Street in Lexington and serves
seniors in Davidson, Rowan, Davie and Iredell counties.

Carolina SeniorCare is under the sponsorship of United Church Homes and Services, (UCHS), a Newton not-for-profit ministry offering senior housing and services for over 40 years.

Visit www.carolinaseniorcare.org or call 336-746-3500 for additional information.

Customers can score up to $40 off during Food Lion’s “Playoff Payoff” promotion 

SALISBURY — Now through Feb. 6, Food Lion customers will have the opportunity to save up to $40 during the grocer’s “Playoff Payoff” promotion when they buy participating items using their personal MVP card. Customers may activate and track their progress on Food Lion’s website or mobile app.

To participate, customers must do the following:

1. Visit the Food Lion Mobile App or www.foodlion.com and activate the Playoff Payoff offer to their MVP account by clicking on the “Activate and Track” button.

2. Once the offer is activated, shop participating items and scan their enrolled MVP card at checkout.

Five dollars in rewards are earned for every $30 spent on participating items, up to $40 in total rewards. Customers may use the personal rewards tracker on www.foodlion.com or within Food Lion’s mobile app to track progress and rewards achieved.

A list of participating items can be found online, via the mobile app as well as in an in-store booklet. For more information, visit www.foodlion.com.

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