There was a lot of hype at the Regensburg Netto branch on Wednesday morning when entertainer Thomas Gottschalk (72) sat at the checkout for an hour.
There he volunteered to collect funds for the Children’s Protection Association. “I go shopping myself, but don’t ask me how much butter costs,” said the moderator. However, he avoids one department when shopping: “Of course, I always run past the magazine stand.” However, most of the time, his colleague Florian Silberesen is in front.
In dr. Gessler-Straße drove Gottschall on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 12 noon and collected milk, rice, oranges, gummy bears, and wine. He interacted with the customers and encouraged them to complete their purchase amount. He also signed autographs and fielded countless selfie requests.
As per the information provided, the campaign money will benefit various social causes through the Neto Marken-Discount Foundation. “After Grönmeyer said he would save the board, I said I wanted to work here.” Pop singer Herbert Grönmeyer performed on Gottschalk’s ZDF show “Wetten das..?” But announced on Saturday that he would pay for Berliner Tafel for a month. Capture.
The choice of supermarket where Gottschalk was sitting at the checkout was probably no coincidence. “His” wine has been on the shelves of Neto since 2020. Showmaster Valberg works with winemaker Guido Gottwald to pick out a red wine. Only on weekends the main character in the program was the moderator “Gottwald Meets Gottschalk” at Welberg Wine Outlet,
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