Charity Gingerbread Competition For the past three years, Crest Foods has organized a charity gingerbread house competition among our customers. We have loved seeing the creative houses, hearing the team-building stories behind the designs and learning more about the charities that are meaningful to you! Not to mention helping make an impact in your local communities! With the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on both our collective office environments and overall demand in the industry, it wasn’t realistic to continue the contest in its existing format. So, we decided to reverse the roles. The rules did not change: • A gingerbread kit was provided to all participants to be used for the structure. • Additional edible embellishments could be added. • Crest would make a donation to each winner’s charity of choice, to be used for the holidays. Fifteen of our own Crest Foods Sales and Technical Service members decorated houses and 530 of you voted for your favorites! The results were overwhelming! You can check out all of the houses at www.CrestFoods.com/Gin- gerbread. Thank you to our competitors and to our voters for helping us make a difference this holiday season!
First Place: Ryan Crouch (Consumer Products Sales Representative) $1,000 donation to Zearing Child En- richment Center in Princeton, Illinois Second Place: Ann Wege (New Business Development) $500 donation to Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Kerrville, Texas Third Place: Steve Starke (Technical Service Manager) $250 donation to the Boone County Animal Shelter in Burlington, KY (Pictured are Steve and his niece at the Boone County Animal Shelter)
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