Sub fundraiser benefited Marlborough Community Cupboard

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MARLBOROUGH, MA (May 11, 2016) – Recently-opened Jersey Mike’s Subs in Marlborough, MA celebrated its grand opening with a fundraiser to benefit United Way of Tri-County’s Marlborough Community Cupboard, raising $2,522.21. On May 2nd, Justin Kobyluck, representing franchise owner Mohegan Holding Company, LLC of the Mohegan Tribe, presented the check to Paul Mina, President and CEO of United Way of Tri-County and Barbara LaGrenade of Marlborough Community Cupboard.
“We are honored to partner with Jersey Mike’s to bring their first location to central Massachusetts,” said Kevin Brown “Red Eagle,” Chairman of the Mohegan Tribe. “Jersey Mike’s and the Mohegan Tribe share a spirit of giving back, and we look forward to a long relationship with the Marlborough community.”

The Marlborough Community Cupboard is a direct service program of the United Way of Tri-County. This food pantry supports individuals and families in the Marlborough area who are experiencing economic and personal challenges by providing them with food assistance and other programs that promote self-sufficiency. The Marlborough Community Cupboard offers groceries, fresh produce, clothing, and delivery of groceries to homebound seniors through the Senior Mobile Market program. Services at the cupboard come at no cost to the families and ensure that everyone in our community has enough food to live a healthy, happy life.

Mohegan Holding Company, LLC was created by the Mohegan Tribe for business diversification in non-gaming areas, and currently includes interests in franchise restaurants, sustainable energy resources and manufacturing, and office digital solutions. The Mohegan Tribe was founded on the banks of southeastern Connecticut’s Thames River by Chief Uncas in the early 17th century. After its federal recognition in 1994, the Tribe opened the world-class casino resort Mohegan Sun on its reservation land in Uncasville, CT in 1996. The nine-member Tribal Council serves as the leadership for the sovereign nation, and also serves as the Board of Directors for the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA) in regard to the Tribe’s gaming properties and interests.

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