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Mac's C-Stores Raise $570,000 For Kids

SALT LAKE CITY -- This past year, Mac's Convenience Stores, a subsidiary of Alimentation Couche-Tard, helped raise more than $570,000 for Children's Miracle Network hospitals, resulting in a per-store average of more than $1,000, one of the highest in the convenience store industry. Over the past five years, Mac's stores have raised more than $1.2 million for Children's Miracle Network children's hospitals.

"We want to thank Mac's Convenience Stores and their dedicated associates for showing incredible commitment to children," said Mick Shannon, Children's Miracle Network founder and CEO. "Their continued support enables children's hospitals to provide communities state-of-the-art care, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year."

"The Children's Miracle Network balloon campaign gives our associates and customers an opportunity to support the local hospitals that provide critical care to local children and their families -- often one dollar at a time," said Mark Novak, Mac's director of human resources and training. "The motivation, teamwork and pride that creates this are incredible. It's become a rewarding part of our culture."
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