Kroger selects Bengals star Joe Burrow as brand ambassador

Cincinnati Bengals star Joe Burrow will serve as Kroger’s new brand ambassador to promote health initiatives. Burrow’s accomplishments include winning the Heisman Trophy as college football’s top player and the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2020 as well as being selected by the Bengals as the first overall pick in 2020. The quarterback led the Bengals to the AFC Championship and the Super Bowl while setting franchise records. Health and community wellness are important to Burrow. In his Heisman Trophy speech, he mentioned poverty and hunger in southeast Ohio, which led to significant donations to the Athens County Food Pantry. He also created the Burrow Hunger Relief Fund, which works to end food insecurity. Burrow said it’s an honor to work with Kroger to encourage families to make healthy changes in their daily lives.” As an athlete, I know the value of good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle,” Burrow said. Burrow’s past and current efforts to end food insecurity are similar to Kroger’s Zero Hunger, Zero Waste plan, which also has a goal of ending food insecurity. The program has raised significant funds for hunger relief. Associates also recovered 94 million pounds of surplus food from company-operated facilities, which created a total of almost 500 million meals for the community.”With Joe’s commitment to ending hunger in his home area of ​​southeast Ohio, this is a natural collaboration for us and will help to improve the health and wellness of thousands in our communities,” said Colleen Lindholz, President of Kroger Health. “We are thrilled to have Joe as a member of our Kroger Health team and applaud his support and commitment from him to our Cincinnati community. Together we can continue our shared commitment to promote and support healthier lifestyles.”

Cincinnati Bengals star Joe Burrow will serve as Kroger’s new brand ambassador to promote health initiatives.

Burrow’s accomplishments include winning the Heisman Trophy as college football’s top player and the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2020 as well as being selected by the Bengals as the first overall pick in 2020.

The quarterback led the Bengals to the AFC Championship and the Super Bowl while setting franchise records.

Health and community wellness are important to Burrow. In his Heisman Trophy speech, he mentioned poverty and hunger in southeast Ohio, which led to significant donations to the Athens County Food Pantry. He also created the Burrow Hunger Relief Fund, which works to end food insecurity.

Burrow said it’s an honor to work with Kroger to encourage families to make healthy changes in their daily lives.

“As an athlete, I know the value of good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle,” Burrow said.

Burrow’s past and current efforts to end food insecurity are similar to Kroger’s Zero Hunger, Zero Waste plan, which also has a goal of ending food insecurity. The program has raised significant funds for hunger relief. Associates also recovered 94 million pounds of surplus food from company-operated facilities, which created a total of almost 500 million meals for the community.

“With Joe’s commitment to ending hunger in his home area of ​​southeast Ohio, this is a natural collaboration for us and will help to improve the health and wellness of thousands in our communities,” said Colleen Lindholz, President of Kroger Health. “We are thrilled to have Joe as a member of our Kroger Health team and applaud his support and commitment from him to our Cincinnati community. Together we can continue our shared commitment to promote and support healthier lifestyles.”

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