OnCue gives $20,000 to local schools

Journal Record
September 24, 2018

By Journal Record Staff
STILLWATER – OnCue, a Stillwater-based convenience store chain, recently sold thousands of “Support Oklahoma Schools” collectors’ cups, giving 50 cents from every cup to each store’s local school district for a total of $20,000. OnCue met with Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Education Joy Hofmeister to celebrate the donation.

“Our kids are our future and we are passionate about supporting them” said Laura Aufleger, vice president of communication for OnCue. “It is important for us to support the local communities and schools where we operate, and we are grateful for our amazing employees and customers.”

“We are so thankful for the generous donations from OnCue,” Hofmeister said. “Everyone wants to support education, and this gives Oklahomans the opportunity to buy a drink from their local store and benefit countless Oklahoma students.”

The summer cup campaign ran from June through the end of August. OnCue operates stores in 23 Oklahoma school districts, each of which received part of the gift.