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Natural Grocers To Open Store In Brighton, CO

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Natural Grocers has announced the opening of a new store on Sept. 30 in Brighton, Colorado. The store, located at 903 S. 8th Ave., will be the company’s 43rd location in its home state.

Natural Grocers will host an official ribbon-cutting and donation ceremony with Chelsea Manley, special events and promotions manager of the Food Bank of the Rockies. Additional community leaders will help welcome the Brighton community into the new store with gift card giveaways, discounts and prize sweepstakes.

“We’ve been looking for the perfect spot in Brighton for several years. It’s with great excitement that we’re opening our first store in this area. We look forward to bringing healthy food to the Brighton community at prices they can afford – one of the main principles Natural Grocers was founded on and that we still uphold today,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing. “We’re also thrilled to have Colorado’s own Food Bank of the Rockies join us for our festivities and raise awareness for Hunger Action Month.”

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Grand Opening events and discounts include:

  • The first 150 customers in line on Sept. 30 will receive a mystery Natural Grocers gift card;
  • Through Oct. 14, customers will have the chance to win prizes, such as an Aventon e-bike and a $500 Natural Grocers gift card;
  • The store will offer discounts of up to 49 percent off through Oct. 31; and
  • For increased savings, customers can join {N}power, Natural Grocers’ free loyalty program for discounts, digital coupons, rewards benefits and other members-only features.

The company has constructed the new space with sustainable building features and energy-saving innovations, such as non-toxic building materials and 100 percent LED lighting, for a lighter environmental footprint. The Brighton store is also Natural Grocers’ first store featuring a CO2 refrigerant system designed to save energy and provide enhanced environmental protection.

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Natural Grocers has partnered with Food Bank of the Rockies across its Colorado stores for more than a decade with its “Bring Your Own Bag” program. This community outreach will extend to the Brighton location. Each time a customer brings their own shopping bag, Natural Grocers will donate five cents per shopping trip to the food bank.

“Food Bank of the Rockies is proud of our longtime partnership with Natural Grocers and incredibly appreciative of its conscientious customers, who, by bringing their own bags, help ignite the power of community to feed our neighbors experiencing hunger,” said Erin Pulling, president and CEO of Food Bank of the Rockies.

“Together with Natural Grocers and the Bring Your Own Bag campaign, Food Bank of the Rockies has been able to provide enough food for upwards of 4 million meals, which help nourish and strengthen our communities.”

Natural Grocers will make a special $2,500 donation to Food Bank of the Rockies at the opening ceremonies to honor Hunger Action Month.

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