Friday, October 30, 2009


As you may or may not know, at Garden Fresh Market we have our own loyalty rewards program (fill out your form here and bring it in ). And this year we will be giving away free turkeys. That's right: FREE TURKEYS!!!

Here are the basics:
~Earn 800 points between October 21st and Thanksgiving 2009, and win a Free Turkey
~One dollar spent on a product is equal to one point. Sales tax is NOT included.
~Customers can find out their accumulated points by inquiring at our Customer Service desks located in each store
~Please hold on to your receipts during the period for backup! Points are accumulated at the end of the day and are not in "real time"
~You must be signed up for our Rewards Card Program (Again, you can fill out this form and bring it in and start getting points today!)

For every dollar spent with the Garden Fresh Rewards card, a customer will earn one point. Points will be accumulated for designated promotion periods. Points for the Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway will be accumulated from October 21st 2009 up to and including November 26th, 2009. Customer have until December 21st, 2009 to redeem their reward. Unredeemed points will not carry over into future rewards periods, unless future promotions specifically express rules including previous periods. We're pleased to offer Kosher Turkeys for customers who earn 1200 points. Garden Fresh reserves the right to select the turkey. Customers who accumulate 800 points between the specified dates will be rewarded with a frozen turkey between 16 and 20 pounds in weight. The customer is responsible for checking point totals. Point totals are not reported in "real time". If a customer believes they have exceeded their point totals before sales tax, they must provide purchase receipts from the specified period. Customers must present rewards card to redeem rewards and inquire about points. Customers can get their points totals at Customer Services. Once again, please hold on to receipts that displays the card number.

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