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Rob Santoni of Weis Markets talks marathons and ways to give during the holidays

Crab Pretzels are the most delicious way to carb-load, right? Rob Santoni of Weis Markets talks marathons and the simple ways your family gave give to those in need during the holiday seasons!

Carb loading for marathons and rounding up for local charities with Rob Santoni of Weis Markets

Crab Pretzels are the most delicious way to carb-load, right? Rob Santoni of Weis Markets talks marathons and the simple ways your family can give to those in need this holiday season! https://youtu.be/1HDLRuK2RK8

Ron Bonacci of Weis Markets tells Nestor how to round up to support Paralyzed Veterans of America

Looking to give back to veterans who gave so much for our freedom? Ron Bonacci of Weis Markets tells Nestor how you can help support the Paralyzed Veterans of America organization by rounding up on your next grocery trip.

Making the Weis choice to round up for Paralyzed Veterans of America

Looking to give back to veterans who gave so much for our freedom? Ron Bonacci of Weis Markets tells Nestor how you can help support the Paralyzed Veterans of America organization by rounding up on your next grocery trip.
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