News Release
 May 13, 2020
CONTACT: Kathy Sautter
716 635 5577

Tops Partners with PepsiCo Foundation to Benefit Salvation Army

Williamsville, N.Y. – During the month of May, every time that you make a purchase of any pizza (large, sheet or cauliflower) at a Tops Friendly Market Carry out Café, 25% of each purchase will go to the Salvation Army. What’s more is that for every $1 donation you make, both Tops and PepsiCo will provide a $3 donation for the Salvation Army. Tops, along with our community partners at PepsiCo Foundation, are helping to provide vital food and supplies to those struggling in our community by matching your donations to the Salvation Army during these unprecedented times. “Now more than ever we want to make sure we are doing all that we can to help our neighbors in need,” said Karri Zwirlein, director of bakery, deli & prepared foods for Tops Friendly Markets. “Partnering with PepsiCo Foundation to assist the Salvation Army was a natural fit for this promotion in our carry out café. Not only are we appreciative of their generosity to the Salvation Army, but also extending their kindness to the givers by donating a 16.9 oz, six pack of Pepsi via an ecoupon for anyone who makes a donation of $5 or more to the Salvation Army.”

To learn more or to make an online donation today to benefit the Salvation Army in your community, visit

# # # About Tops Friendly Markets

Tops Markets, LLC is headquartered in Williamsville, NY and operates 157 full-service supermarkets with five additional franchise stores and is the largest private, for-profit employer in Western New York. As a leading grocery retailer in New York, northern Pennsylvania, and western Vermont, and with the support of 14,500 associates, our core mission is to help our communities flourish. We support programs that seek to eradicate hunger and disease; promote the education of our youth; and to ensure we reduce environmental waste and energy consumption while providing our customers with sustainably sourced, high quality products. For more information, visit


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