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Reasor’s Celebrates Autumn With ‘Flavors Of Fall’ Promotion

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Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Reasor’s has brought back its “Flavors of Fall” promotion, with seasonal favorites throughout every department in the store.

The products will be showcased throughout all Reasor’s locations with themed signage and a special month-long ad. With football, family entertainment and upcoming fall activities including Halloween, Reasor’s is showing the products to help celebrate the season. 

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Reasor’s will also be giving away a pair of tickets to the Big 12 Football Championship game on Dec. 3 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; one hotel room for two nights at Hilton Southlake Town Square; a welcome gift; two tickets to a welcome event the night before the game which will include food and drinks; two tickets to the pre-game party; game day breakfast and airport transportation for two.

Participants may enter for their chance to win by filling out an entry form on Reasor’s website through Oct. 31. No purchase is necessary.

Reasor’s products will include hearty soups in the deli, fall squash in produce, pumpkin spice cheeses in its cheese shops, Oktoberfest beers, fall baking items, table décor, decorative pumpkins, gourds and pumpkin spice everything.

Reasor’s recently joined Brookshire Grocery Co. as a new banner of stores for the regional grocer. With Reasor’s, BGC has more than 200 stores with more than 19,000 employee-partners serving in four states. The BGC family of stores operates four other banners including Brookshire’s, Super 1 Foods, FRESH by Brookshire’s and Spring Market, in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.

For more information, visit reasors.com.

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