Zagara’s new Tiger Snack Pack to benefit Heights High

John Zagara, president of Zagara’s Marketplace, and Zoraba Ross, Cleveland Heights High School principal, have announced a partnership in support of Heights High.

Zagara’s, the long-standing, family-owned grocer in Cleveland Heights, is introducing the Tiger Snack Pack, a package filled with tasty, nutritious snacks to enjoy at Heights High football games this season. For every $4.99 snack pack purchased, Zagara’s will donate $3 to Heights High programs.

“Having been a part of Cleveland Heights since 1936, it makes perfect sense that Zagara’s would support such a fine and beloved institution as Heights High,” Zagara said. “Like the rest of the Cleveland Heights community, we care about our city and its youth, and always root for Tiger Nation.”

Ross said that, while the school has partnered with local businesses in the past, the Tiger Snack Pack is unique in that it is a product developed exclusively for the Tigers.

“We’re thankful to John and Zagara’s Marketplace for supporting Heights High and Tiger Nation in this unique way,” Ross said. “Not only can the community show their Tiger pride with the purchase of the Tiger Snack Pack, but they’ll be contributing to valuable Heights High programs that benefit our students and the greater Heights community. Plus, our fans and supporters will enjoy something delicious to munch on to go along with always-exciting Tiger football!”

The Tiger Snack Pack package, a clear cellophane bag, will be tied with a black-and-gold ribbon and filled with a hearty, game-ready snack. A twist tie will be included, for resealing the package.

Tiger Snack Packs can be found on tables in front of Zagara’s check-out aisles, and will be available in time for the Oct. 9 home game against Bedford. Visit to see Heights High's football game schedule.

Jinida Doba

Jinida Doba is an associate with Dorsey & Company Strategic Consultants to Management, a Cleveland Heights competitive and marketing strategy firm founded in 1987. Zagara's Marketplace is a client. Originally from Akron, Doba has called Cleveland Heights home since 2010.

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