Sapulpa-based business launches fundraising program with Creek County Literacy Program
Spanish Jack’s Fine Foods of Sapulpa has joined with Creek County Literacy Program for a seasonal fundraiser.
“Spanish Jack’s grilling sauces make the perfect gift for co-workers, Dirty Santa parties and last minute gifts!” shares Barbara Fuente, Vice President of Spanish Jack’s Fine Foods, a Sapulpa-based business.
Spanish Jack’s has brought back their popular holiday fundraiser to Creek County Literacy Program. Three of their top-shelf grilling and marinade sauces, priced at just $10 a jar. They are the perfect stocking stuffer for everyone on your Christmas List!
Between now and December 18th, Spanish Jack’s will donate 50% of fundraising sales from their Winter Product Line to the Creek County Literacy Program. These three promotional products include:
Cranberry Grilling Sauce & Marinade (Marinate chicken, pork or beef 12-24 hours. Liberally baste meat during cooking and after removing from the grill or oven, or serve right on the table. Sweet and spicy!)
Coffee Flavor Based Barbeque Sauce (Coffee perfectly complements chicken and beef. Be sure to have some extra ready for dipping!)
Red Devil Rub (An amazing blend of herbs & spices that keeps meat’s juices locked in and forms a crispy, delicious crust while cooking!)
“Every jar is locally produced right here in Creek County. Logon to www.spanishjacks.com to download countless free recipes for these, and all the Spanish Jack’s products,” recommends Barbara.
“Your family & friends will love it,” adds Mark Fuente, President of Spanish Jack’s, “and you can feel good knowing that you’ve helped support literacy in our community.”
“Seventeen percent of adults in Creek County 18 years or older do not have a high school diploma, and four percent of adults in Creek County 18 years or older do not have a ninth grade education. More than 400,000 Oklahoma adults are functionally illiterate. The Mission of the Creek County Literacy Program is to encourage, educate and equip aspiring readers to overcome the barriers of illiteracy,” adds Melissa Struttmann, Executive Director of Creek County Literacy Program.
These Spanish Jack’s Products are available at the Creek County Literacy Program office, 15 North Poplar Street in Sapulpa, and can be purchased directly using cash, check or credit card (make checks payable to Creek County Literacy Program). Call 918-224-9647 or email orders.
For more information on the complete line of Spanish Jack’s Fine foods, visit their website at www.spanishjacks.com. For more information on Creek County Literacy Program, contact Melissa Struttmann at 918-224-9647 or email.