The United Family has launched 28-Day Challenge, a month of savings and prizes for shoppers beginning their wellness journeys in 2024.
Through an interactive list linked to Rewards! accounts, the grocer’s health and wellness team wants to help customers set realistic goals, prioritize self-care and cultivate positive habits.
“This 28-Day Challenge is all about giving guests an opportunity to get their 2024 wellness journey started on the right foot,” said Brenda Garcia, health and wellness manager and registered dietitian.
“When guests sign up, they can participate in daily challenges that help introduce and reinforce positive lifestyle habits. Each challenge they complete rewards them with entries for our grand prize of $500.”
The daily challenges include learning how to track progress, power up breakfast and boost fiber intake. In addition, customers will find activities, articles, quizzes and a variety of other content.
For those looking for something outside of the digital space, guests in Lubbock and the Dallas-Fort Worth area can sign up for a tour of a Market Street location near them with one of the grocer’s registered dietitians.
“So many of us have the desire to use the new year as a catalyst for positive change in our lives,” Garcia said.
“And we know that knowing where or how to start can be difficult. We hope this 28-Day Challenge will connect guests with tools to start their wellness journey or help keep them on track with what they’ve already started.”
About The United Family
In its 107th year of operation, United Supermarkets – dba The United Family – is a Texas-based grocery chain with stores in 54 communities in the Lone Star State and neighboring New Mexico.
A self-distributing company with headquarters and distribution centers in Lubbock, the company operates 98 stores under five banners: United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, Albertsons Market and United Express. It also has ancillary operations R.C. Taylor Distributing, USM Manufacturing, United Food and Beverage Services and Llano Logistics.
The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Albertsons Companies.
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