Home For The Holidays
Published: December 3rd, 2015
By: Cameron Turner

Home for the holidays

NORWICH – Chobani is pleased to invite the community to partake in its festive Home for the Holidays campaign, an initiative to put a free case of yogurt in as many Chenango County households as possible this holiday season.

This marks the first year Chobani is holding such an event, as a way of saying “thank you” to the entire community and to give back during the holiday season.

“Chobani has always been a great community partner with the City of Norwich,” said Norwich Mayor Joseph Maiurano. “We very much appreciate Chobani’s continuing philanthropic interest in serving our local area. During this holiday season, the Chobani yogurt giveaway is a wonderful gesture of goodwill.”

A Chobani-branded refrigerated truck, brimming with all-natural and nutritious greek yogurt, will be used to distribute the cases of Chobani to any and all community members who stop by, while supplies last. Cases will also be limited to one per family.

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