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Maverik will replace stolen holiday certificates for employees

Maverik will replace stolen holiday certificates for employees

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A convenience store chain says it will make good on a number or stolen gift certificates, intended for its employees.

The certificates were in a car at the West Weber home of Maverick's Bob Child. Someone drove off with the car while it was warming up in the driveway.

"It's just one more story, you know, of ‘you can leave it for a second and it's gone,'" said Maverick spokeswoman Melinda Meier.

Meier says 700 turkey certificates for the company's employees were also gone. The certificates are like cash, but the company says it will replace them.

Meanwhile, Maverick is asking stores that receive Norbest turkey gift certificates to call that company so the numbers can be checked against the stolen ones.


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