Grocery Outlet Bargain Market to open store in Bridle Trails

Grand opening will donate funds to HopeLink.

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 8:30am
  • News

Grocery Outlet will soon open its newest store in Bridle Trails on Thursday, Aug. 23, creating 30 new jobs and providing extreme-value to the community. To celebrate this grand opening, the community is invited to join in a a day of giveaways, family-friendly fun and more.

The new location will be at 6625 132nd Ave. NE.

Following the unique grand opening ceremony at 8:55 a.m., a donation will be presented on behalf of Grocery Outlet to HopeLink at 11 a.m. The amount that shoppers saved on their grocery purchases during the store’s first hour of operation will determine the donation amount. The first 200 customers of the day will also receive Grocery Outlet Bargain Bucks gift cards in “mystery” amounts ranging from $5 to $200. All shoppers will receive a free reusable bag, while supplies last. Lastly, starting Aug. 23 – Sept. 20, customers may enter for a chance to win a grand prize of free groceries for one year.

To extend the celebration, there will be free wine tasting each afternoon Aug. 23-26 from 12 p.m.-3 p.m. in the wine department. Must be 21 years of age or older with valid ID.

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