Landmark Services Cooperative Completes Successful Pilot Program in Partnership with the Columbus School District
Landmark Service Cooperative has announced that its pilot program with the Columbus School District has successfully come to a close, resulting in a donation of $3,271 to the District.
From September 1 through November 30, 2020, the Landmark Cenex convenience store in Columbus donated 5% of all sales generated inside the store and 5 cents per gallon of gas purchased when customers shopped using their Landmark Rewards Program cards.
“We’re very appreciative of Landmark’s support and partnership,” said Columbus School District Superintendent Annette Deuman. “CSD used the proceeds from the program to help fund our investment in Wi-Fi hotspots, which gave more District students a reliable mechanism for accessing online learning.”
Landmark expects to expand the program to other school districts where they operate Cenex convenience stores. Josh Halvensleben, who oversees all of Landmark’s Cenex convenience stores, said: “As a locally owned cooperative, Landmark is proud to give back to the communities we serve. We’re very pleased with the success of the Columbus partnership, and look forward to expanding the program in the future.”
Photo caption: Columbus School District Superintendent Annette Deuman was presented the official donation check by Columbus Landmark Cenex Store Manager Josh Grubb and Landmark Vice President of Energy Lee Parker.