The recently opened Natural Grocers store at 751 N. Columbia Center Blvd. in Kennewick, Washington – the company’s fifth location in the state – is featuring special discounts, sweepstakes and free samples through Nov. 30.
“We’ve been serving communities in Washington since 2014, when we came to Vancouver,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing. “We previously had four stores in Washington – two in Spokane and two in Vancouver. Kennewick is the perfect place to bridge the gap in south-central Washington – something many locals have been asking us to do for years.
“We want to extend a warm welcome to the residents of Kennewick and the surrounding Tri-Cities communities to enjoy our grand opening festivities and discover what makes the Natural Grocers shopping experience unique.”
Grand opening discounts and sweepstakes
The festivities at the Kennewick location include:
- Discounts of up to 50 percent off select items, including 100 percent USDA Certified Organic Washington Gala Apples, bacon and bacon alternatives, Natural Grocers Brand Organic Cheese shreds and slices and Natural Grocers Brand Bulk Organic Raisins.
- The chance to win prizes, such as an Aventon e-bike or a $500 Natural Grocers gift card.
About Natural Grocers
Serving communities with a range of natural and organic options since 1955, Natural Grocers will support the Kennewick, Washington, area with customer service from its good4u Crew, healthy recipes and high product standards.
Customers can enjoy access to fresh, 100-percent USDA-certified organic produce, high-quality organic and natural groceries, 100-percent free-range eggs, 100 percent pasture-based dairy, 100-percent non-GMO pre-packaged bulk goods, dietary supplements, body care and household essentials.
The company has used sustainable building features and energy-saving innovations, such as non-toxic building materials and 100 percent LED lighting.
Second Harvest Food Bank partnership
In addition to an introductory $2,500 donation, Natural Grocers will donate five cents per shopping trip to Second Harvest each time customers bring their own shopping bags.
Second Harvest provides food to people in need across more than 51,000 square miles of 26 counties – 21 in Washington and five in Idaho.
“We are very fortunate to have Natural Grocers as a partner in both our Grocery Rescue program and financial giving. As the organization has grown, so has the positive impact on our communities,” said Tony Cook of Second Harvest.
“Second Harvest brings resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education and partnerships. Natural Grocers’ belief that everyone should have access to healthy food aligns with ours. Nutritious food is a key ingredient in the recipe for a healthy life. We look forward to this partnership and the additional support it will bring to our communities.”
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