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Pampers dresses up baby’s bottoms

BY Allison Cerra

CINCINNATI — Pampers has introduced Prints, a limited-edition diaper line.

Pampers limited-edition Prints are available in designs for both boys and girls, including floral and polka dot prints for girls, and argyle and toy car prints for boys. The diapers can be purchased at retailers nationwide through the summer and are available in sizes 1 through 4.

“Pampers prides itself on being at the forefront of not only comfort and performance, but also style,” P&G Baby Care North America general manager Fama Francisco said. “A diaper is the foundation for your baby’s wardrobe, so naturally we want it to be special. While performance always comes first, we know that design is also important. Pampers limited-edition Prints combine form and function with stylish design suitable for this summer season.”

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Ralphs, Food 4 Less kick off fundraising campaign to honor USO

BY Allison Cerra

LOS ANGELES — Kroger banners Ralphs and Food 4 Less have commenced their Honoring Our Heroes fundraising campaign to benefit the United Service Organizations.

The checkstand fundraising, which will run through Aug. 13, is in conjunction with the USO’s 70th anniversary.

All monies collected through the Ralphs/Food 4 Less Honoring Our Heroes fundraising program will be donated directly to the USO to support its programs, entertainment and other services for our service men and women.

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Dollar General making its way to the Golden State

BY Allison Cerra

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General announced its plans to expand its operations to California in 2012.

The California announcement comes on the heels of the company’s planned expansions into three new states in 2011 — Connecticut, Nevada and New Hampshire. California would be Dollar General’s 39th state.

The company said it plans to serve shoppers in rural, suburban and metropolitan markets.

“Our California stores will mark a significant milestone for Dollar General, giving us a coast-to-coast presence for the first time,” said Rick Dreiling, Dollar General chairman and CEO. “Our team is excited about carrying our mission westward and delivering value and convenience, our hallmarks for over 70 years, to new customers.”

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