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Pumped with Pride, Central Crossing High School Earns $1,500, New Band Uniforms

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Central Crossing High School partnered with Certified Oil and the Pump with Pride fundraising program to earn money towards new uniforms and other program expenses.

April 18, 2018 - Columbus, OH: Certified Oil and the Certified Community Events Committee (CCEC) is proud to present the Central Crossing High School Band program with the results of their partnership in the Pump with Pride fundraising program.

With CCEC members and Central Crossing High School band members in attendance, serenading customers, Senior Vice President, Nick Lacaillade presented Keith Hallas, CCHS Instrumental Music Director, with a $1,500 check. This outstanding performance will allow the band program to purchase new uniforms in the future.

Local ABC affiliate WSYX was on hand to document the event. They caught up with Lacaillade after the event for his thoughts on the program and the community impact for which Certified Oil strives.


Certified Oil: Founded by Carlyle Baker, in Piqua, OH in 1939, Certified remains one of Ohio’s leading operators of convenience stores and retail fueling facilities. Operating or supplying over 140 locations in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia, Certified keeps a strong focus on training their employees to serve the customer as best they can, striving to be the most customer focused convenience store chain in the industry. For more information on Certified Oil, visit www.certifiedoil.com or follow Certified Oil on Facebook (facebook.com/certifiedoil), Twitter (@CertifiedOil) or Instagram (@CertifiedOil).