Media Alert: Peanut Proud and the Georgia Peanut Commission providing peanut butter to Oklahoma families

Released: May 23, 2013

TIFTON, Ga. —The Peanut Proud and Georgia Peanut Commission will be loading 22 pallets of peanut butter (31,680 jars) to send to families in Oklahoma following the tornado disaster earlier this week. The peanut butter will be loaded Friday, May 24, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. at Lineage Logistics in Albany, Ga.

EVENT: Project Oklahoma Relief - Peanut Proud and Georgia Peanut Commission providing peanut butter to Oklahoma families

WHEN: Friday, May 24, 2013 - 3:00 p.m.

LOCATION:
Lineage Logistics (formerly Flint River Services, across from Procter & Gamble)
1023 Worth Street
Albany, Ga. 31703

INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY:
Gregg Grimsley, president, Peanut Proud
Sally Wells, Peanut Proud
Joy Crosby, Georgia Peanut Commission and Peanut Proud
Tim Burch, Georgia Peanut Commission board member

ON-SITE CONTACTS:
Joy Crosby, Director of Communications
Georgia Peanut Commission
Mobile: 229-326-0143


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