Local Shoppers Win Local Prizes in Haggen’s Best of the Northwest Giveaway

by Allison McGillivray 29th August 2016


 

Washington grocery chain supports local businesses with $100,000 in local prizes, including a dream kitchen remodel


 

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — August 23, 2016 — Haggen, a passionate supporter of Northwest farms, ranches, fisheries and other businesses, has launched its annual Best of the Northwest Giveaway.

 

Hundreds of Haggen customers will win more than $100,000 worth of “Best of the Northwest” prizes, showcasing the bounty of delicious foods and products that are available ​locally. The giveaway runs from now through September 27, 2016, and is open to all eligible Haggen customers.

 

Prizes are designed to offer something for everyone, including a year of free beef from Double R Ranch, local seafood, and Northwest produce, handy kitchen appliances like an espresso machine and Cuisinart stand mixer, vouchers for local products to use in recipes, shopping sprees, and dozens of other free items. The grand prize, a $25,000 Northwest dream kitchen remodel, will be awarded to one lucky customer at the end of the Giveaway.

 

“This Giveaway has proven to be a win-win for our customers and our vendors, year after year,” said Emily Riggs, Program Development & Promotions Specialist for Haggen. “We get to support the local food community by offering their goods as prizes, and we can reward our customers with Northwest products that showcase the very best of the region.”

 

How to Participate

Haggen customers can register online, or during checkout at any Haggen store. For every purchase of a specially marked Northwest product, customers will receive one entry to win. Drawings will be held weekly, with winners at every Haggen location. The grand prize drawing will be held after the giveaway has completed and all eligible entries have been pooled. Complete rules are available on Haggen’s Best of the Northwest Giveaway page.

 

About Haggen

Founded in 1933 in Bellingham, Washington, Haggen has built its business on providing guests the freshest and most local products with genuine service, while supporting the communities it serves. Throughout its eight decades in business, the company has supported regional farms, ranches, fisheries and other businesses, creating a lasting and sustainable food economy. Haggen's 15 Washington stores include five stores in Whatcom County, two stores in Skagit County, four stores in Snohomish County, and locations in Oak Harbor, Woodinville, Lake Tapps and Olympia. For more information about Haggen, visit haggen.com.

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Monday, 29th August 2016, 09:24pm.
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