Clean Up BPPA

a campaign to remove offensive rhetoric from the Pax Centurion newsletter

Stop & Shop response

Thanks for your recent email sharing your concerns about our advertising with the Boston Police Patrolman?s Association.  Please know that I have shared your feedback with our Director of Community for the Stop & Shop New England Division for her information and further investigation.

Thanks again for sharing the information.


Sincerely,

Deborah Riley
Consumer Affairs Supervisor

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2 comments on “Stop & Shop response

  1. Kathy
    07/04/2012

    Good! I sent emails to Stop and Shop, Shaw’s and TIAA-CREF. Thanks for doing this.

  2. Betsy Boggia
    07/04/2012

    While it is admirable to support BPPA Scholarship fund-the hate-speech they promote in newsletter durely cannotbo ok woth Stop and Shop corporate please pull ad!

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