Thank you to Express Scripts, a top 20 St. Louis employer, for being the Presenting Sponsor of the Wing Ding to benefit UCP Heartland programs! Wing Ding is coming to Queeny Park’s Greensfelder Arena August 8. A Fortune 100 company, Express Scripts is the largest pharmacy benefit management organization in the United States. Did you know Express
Hats off to US Foods, for sponsoring the St. Louis Wing Ding coming to Queeny Park Greensfelder Arena August 8 to benefit the programs of UCP Heartland. As one of the largest food distributors in the United States, US Foods gives back to the communities where they live and work, empowering people with both
UCP Heartland is proud to have Sysco as a sponsor of the St. Louis Wing Ding to benefit families living with disabilities. The Wing Ding is coming to Queeny Park Greensfelder Arena August 8. Sysco is the global leader in selling, marketing and distributing food products to restaurants, healthcare and other organizations. Sysco places strong
Accolades to Ascension for sponsoring UCP Heartland’s Wing Ding coming to Queeny Park August 8, and for committing itself to a mission of helping all people, especially people who are vulnerable. Ascension, the largest US Catholic health system, advocates for a compassionate and just society. Like UCP Heartland, Ascension helps people and families living with disabilities.
A shout out to TD Ameritrade for sponsoring this year’s St. Louis Wing Ding coming to Queeny Park on August 8. TD Ameritrade has a large trading center in St Louis and is giving back to the community by supporting the programs of UCP Heartland that help more than 1,000 people with disabilities. TD Ameritrade provides
A giant thanks to The Daniel and Henry Company for sponsoring the St. Louis Wing Ding coming to Queeny Park August 8. For more than 90 years, The St. Louis based Daniel and Henry Company has been providing clients with maximum insurance protection in a timely and efficient manner – a commitment that began during
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