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Buster's Offering Food Supplies For Those In Need

Terry Vernsey of Buster's has issued this announcement concerning the food supplies they are offering to those struggling to find what they need.

Good afternoon

After receiving the input from the community on what people are struggling to consistently find in stores, the product and packaging that is available thru the food distributors and with the guidelines we have to follow.

  1. Items thru food distribution are also limited. These are the items that we will offer as of now:5lb tubes of fresh hamburger $18 10 lb bag Boneless skinless chicken breast $20 5lb bags of flour $2 2 lb brick of dry active yeast $7 Loaf of Italian bread (26 slices) $4. These items are basically at cost to us. We are just trying to help fill a need meanwhile reducing the risk of going to the grocer multiple times looking for something specific.*** for those interested in purchase In order to keep items fresh and quantities accurate. We request a pre-order. Please email your order to subject:purchase Your order needs to be submitted by Monday at 2pm -Please include what you are requesting, your last name, your phone number your total and whether you are paying with cash(exact please) or credit card (you will call as you Are arriving to pay over the phone) -Pickup will be Tuesday March 24th between 4-6pm. You will pull up outside to busters in ogdensburg, we will ask you your last name and we will bring your food out to you**if you are in need please Email Subject: in need Please include your last name and phone number Also needs to be requested by 2pm Monday We will provide you a bag of goods at no cost to you. Supplies are currently limited so we encourage you to inquire as soon as possible. Thank you and please continue to do your part in protecting yourself and others!


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