2020 Indie Influencers

2020 Indie Influencers

Penn Forest Plaza Sunoco

Being a healthcare worker doesn’t make gas any cheaper, unless you’re a customer of the Penn Forest Plaza Sunoco in Jim Thorpe, Pa. Local news station WNEP reported that store manager Andy Day was giving away free gas to healthcare workers and first responders who showed their employee ID or badge.

2020 Indie Influencers

Four Corner Variety Store

Wayne and Corrie Kirkpatrick saw their chance to help their community when schools shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Sikh religion teaches its community to give back in times of need, and that’s exactly what Sarmukh Singh has done during the coronavirus pandemic.

Here's a look at how some of CSP’s past Indie Influencers served their communities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

10 retailers that transform into neighborhood organizers, food banks and supply hubs in the shadow of the pandemic

Well into March, customers at Sam Maredia’s Aurora Stores were desperate for hand sanitizer.

It didn’t take a pandemic for retailers Himanshu Goel and Theresa Enigl to donate supplies to their community.

When the coronavirus caused schools to close in Oregon, that meant the end of school lunches for some children.

The 40 indies CSP has profiled over the past four years represent some of the savviest retailers in the United States.

Fridays have become the busiest day of the week at Lakeport Market in upstate New York. Friday became known as Pizza Day soon after the store, co-owned by former Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppe executive Matt Paduano, began providing free lunches March 17, when schools in the area were shut down.

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