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You will find press releases and up to date, Believe Walk information along with branding guidelines for logo use..


The Believe Walk Protecting and Preserving Our Planet Earth!

The Believe Walk will make every effort to be environmentally friendly before, during and after the event. The 2020 event will provide new recycling cans that are easily identified so Walk participants can recycle their beverage containers. Collected containers will be transported to be recycled. Corrugated cardboard will be collected and moved from the Believe Walk site to the Stater Bros. recycling program at the distribution warehouse. As part of the Stater Bros. family, the Believe Walk is preserving our planet by providing product(s) made of recyclable materials and will remain environmentally conscious by creating a recycling plan each year for this event.

Media Contacts

Vicky Armstrong
Inland Women Fighting Cancer Committee Member

Marisa Kutansky
Stater Bros. Markets

Stater Bros. Charities
P.O. Box 150
San Bernardino, CA 92402


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Style Guide

Permission to use logo:

Consistent and correct usage of the Believe Walk logo is essential to the success of the graphic standards. The logo must not be altered or adjusted in any way. Original artwork which accompanies this guide must always be used when reproducing the logo. The logos featured within this Style Guide are to be used within the parameters mentioned in the style guide, such that these logos and images are not distorted or used in any way without the permission of Stater Bros. Charities & Inland Women Fighting Cancer, as each logo is a registerd trademark ®


Stater Bros, Charities & Inland Women Fighting Cancer Style Guide

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Stater Bros. Charities & Inland Women Fighting Cancer is committed to ensure that money raised through the Believe Walk will benefit cancer-fighting organizations right here in the Inland Empire communities of Southern California.