The MarketPlace Celebrates Staff with Dance Challenge and Offers Round Ups

 The MarketPlace Celebrates Staff with Dance Challenge and Offers Round Ups

The MarketPlace announced the debut of its Jerusalema dance challenge video and offering of round ups for charity.

In celebration of our associates for their hard work, they delightedly joined many others around the world in the Jerusalema Dance Challenge. Our teams allowed themselves a little work fun to celebrate during these pandemic times. As infection numbers continue to grow, they want to encourage the public to stay strong, mindful that we are all in this together, and as always, ‘You Can Count on Us!’

We invite shoppers to round up their purchase total for the month of September to support charity. Through our partnership with Clarien Bank, shoppers will be able to give a big boost to two charities, The Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul Society, supporting those continued to be impacted by Covid-19. Funds raised will go directly to each charity equally and generously matched by Clarien Bank. The round up will run from 1 to 30 September and can be applied to any in-store transaction only, including cash, cheque, or card.

The simultaneous video release and round up is aimed at celebrating our associates whilst encouraging the public to support those vulnerable in our community.

Seth Stutzman, President of The MarketPlace, said: “I am so proud of our retail warriors. Throughout the pandemic they have truly been terrific. I could not be more thankful for their hard work and dedication, and it was great fun celebrating them than through dance. Everyone had such a good time taking part, having fun and dancing away.

Our customers have always been so generous in helping us support great causes, and there’s never been a more important time as now to give a little to help support charity. We are grateful for our partnership with Clarien Bank and their generous offer to match funds raised.”
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