LEWISVILLE, Texas (October 25, 2022) – Following the devastation from Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico, Dallas-Fort Worth-based retailer, JCPenney, is donating up to 55K units of merchandise to Puerto Ricans in need through United Way de Puerto Rico. JCPenney is committed to supporting those in need with essential resources wherever they can, especially for hard-hit communities where their customers live and work.
This week, six JCPenney stores in Puerto Rico will distribute up to 55K units of clothing, children’s items and home goods, straight from the sales floor.
Freight trucks will load donations from three JCPenney stores in Puerto Rico tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 26:
Event Start-Time: 9:00 a.m. ASTStore location Information:
Event On-Site Contact: Susset Reyes, District Manager, email@example.com, 786-442-8332
Note: Three additional store pick-ups occurred on Monday, Oct. 24 at the following locations:
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JCPenney is the shopping destination for America’s diverse, working families. With inclusivity at its core, the Company’s product assortment meets customers’ everyday needs and helps them commemorate every special occasion with style, quality and value. JCPenney offers a broad portfolio of fashion, apparel, home, beauty and jewelry from national and private brands and provides personal services including salon, portrait and optical. The Company and its 50,000 associates worldwide serve customers where, when and how they want to shop – from jcp.com to more than 650 stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
In 2022, JCPenney celebrates 120 years as an iconic American brand by continuing its legacy of connecting with customers through shopping and community engagement. Please visit JCPenney’s Newsroom to learn more and follow JCPenney on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.