Rent-A-Center Donates $20,000 to Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

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Rent-A-Center Donates $20,000 to Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

Donation Part of $250,000 Earmarked for 11 Food Banks across the U.S.

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rent-A-Center today donated $20,000 to Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. The donation comes on the heels of a recent donation of 10 refrigerators earmarked for partner agencies of the food bank.

The Los Angeles-based food bank is one of eleven across the nation sharing in $250,000 worth of Rent-A-Center funding for hunger relief this year.

The donation is in addition to the grassroots hunger-relief campaign being staged across Rent-A-Center's 3000-plus U.S. stores throughout September. Dubbed "Soup to Nuts" and in support of Hunger Action Month, this virtual food drive leverages Rent-A-Center stores as collection points for cash donations. The donated funds will be distributed to food banks across the country at the conclusion of the month-long campaign.

"We're so grateful for Rent-A-Center's continued support," said Michael Flood, president and CEO of Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.

Rent-A-Center (NAS: RCII) , headquartered in Plano, Texas, operates more than 3,000 stores in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico. The Company employs over 21,000 coworkers. Learn more at

Xavier Dominicis, 800-275-2696 x 1025
VP of Public Affairs

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California


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