Lancaster store honors military hero
June 19, 2016 by Mark
Dean Frame, a deli and bakery clerk at the Food 4 Less in Lancaster, is being recognized as part of the store chain’s annual Honoring Our Heroes campaign in partnership with the USO of Food 4 Less stores.
Frame achieved the rank platoon sergeant while he served in the United States Army. His duties were to train his troops for any kind of deployment.
From 2006 through 2008, he was part of the Army Border Patrol. During that time, he was deployed to the Middle East several times and took part in Operation Desert Storm, Operation Desert Shield, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was honorably discharged in 2011.
According to the vice president of corporate sales for Food 4 Less and Foods Co., Kendra Doyel, the military and their families in many ways by the USO, with services ranging from visiting them in hospitals to helping them record a story for their children.
The campaign is being held by its stores in Southern California and other areas and is inviting customers to join in the support. The Foods Co. Division of the chains is also raising funds to support USO services and programs by donating spare change in canisters located at checkout stands from now through July 19.
Campaigns like these use a print company to create promotional materials that can be placed at checkout points and other in-store areas.