Peebles gives back to Waynesboro with 30 Days of Giving

food bankPeebles is launching its fall “30 Days of Giving” campaign.  All Peebles customers who visit the Waynesboro store through Oct. 12, will be invited to donate to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, a valued organization in their community.

“We are excited that 853 of our stores have partnered with local organizations to make a difference in their communities. People are the heart and soul of any community and Peebles is proud to be a member of Waynesboro,” said Bill Gentner, chief marketing officer of Stage Stores, Inc. More than 650 local organizations, ranging from education-based programs, health care associations and animal services, will benefit from the partnership with Stage Stores in their local community.

Customers will have the option to donate $1, $3 or $5 during checkout. As a special thank you, Peebles is giving every shopper that donates a coupon for 40 percent off a regular, sale or clearance item. Peebles is accepting donations from Sept. 12 – Oct. 12 and the coupon is valid, Oct. 13-16.

“Through the generosity of our customers and associates, we have raised over one million dollars this year for local organizations across the country,” said Michael Glazer, president and CEO of Stage Stores, Inc.

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