People We Love:

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Upper Valley Haven

Since 1980 the Upper Valley Haven has provided temporary shelter and educational programming for homeless families and adults, food to anyone in need, as well as children’s after school and summer programs, community outreach, and problem solving support. They have also been a recipient of our Carolina “Sock A Way” program where new pairs of warm socks were donated for every pair of work boots sold at Super Shoes. Learn more at,

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Breast Cancer Awareness – Cumberland Valley

Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley, Inc. is an organization that is staffed with individuals that can give you the tools to fight your diagnosis. They are familiar with the anxiety and questions a diagnosis of breast cancer can cause and are here to share their knowledge in order to help. BCA-CV serves counties in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. They also offer scholarships to individuals in those counties who have been affected by Breast Cancer. Learn more at

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Paul Jackman

Paul Jackman is an artist, woodworker, and video creator located in coastal Massachusetts and most known for his nearly 400,000 subscriber youtube channel “Jackman Works, as well as more recently “The Engineer” on his new Netflix show “Making Fun.” He has even crafted a giant 6ft workboot “PEZ” dispenser for our stores! See more of his antics at,,,

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Central Maine Healthcare

Central Maine Healthcare has a focus on contributing to our communities and charitable organizations. As part of that effort, they have hosted several Super Shoes clothing and shoe fairs across three different hospitals, most recently helping us bring in $6,100 in donations for the Cancer CARE Fund! Learn more at

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Foot Doc Dana

Dr. Dana Brems, a.k.a Foot Doc Dana, is the #1 most-subscribed podiatrist online. Dr. Dana is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), treating everything from broken bones, trauma / sports injuries, foot wounds, calluses, thick or ingrown nails - you name it! Connect with Dana here:,,,

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Vanessa Davis

Vanessa has over 30 years working in healthcare and has experience as a Travel Dialysis RN covering six different clinics within three states as well as more recently working as a Home Hemodialysis RN. Her goal is to help change an industry where less than 20% of patients choose home dialysis (PD or HHD) as an option. She is on a journey to bring awareness, education, and truth to help decrease the fear that patients and medical professionals have about successful hemodialysis being managed at home. She has also worked with Super Shoes as a Nursing Ambassador reviewing top products and sharing her insights.,

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Kathy Peterson

In 2006 Kathy Peterson launched Koi Scrubs with the intention of updating the generic, ill-fitting scrubs that have always been the standard with more flattering silhouettes and styles that nurses everywhere fall in love with. They launched the Planet Koi collection in 2021 featuring scrubs made with recycled materials for a more sustainable world. Plus they initiated a partnership with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every Planet Koi garment sold. Learn more at,

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The Skechers Foundation provides families with the tools to succeed – from job training, fitness and nutrition guidance, to scholarship programs and educational opportunities. The Foundation donates funds to more than 50 charities including Autism Speaks, Operation Smile, Alliance for Housing and Healing, United Way, Two Ten Footwear Foundation and more. Skechers also holds an annual Pier to Pier Friendship Walk which is the county’s largest for children with special needs and education – raising more than $17 million since its inception. Learn more at