Natural Grocers™ Announces The “$500,000 good4u Giveaway” In March 2021’S good4u Health Hotline® Magazine

Natural Grocers is giving away $500,000 in coupons and gift cards to subscribers of its good4u Health Hotline Magazine. Customers must be subscribed by Sunday, January 31, 2021 in order to receive the March issue. Everyone is a winner.

Customers must subscribe for delivery by January 31 to win

For the first time ever, Natural Grocers will be giving away $500,0001 in coupons and gift cards to subscribers of its good4uSM Health Hotline Magazine. Customers who receive the March 2021 (2/26-3/27/21) issue via mail, will discover coupons of varying amounts embedded in the magazine. Every subscriber will be a winner, including two lucky subscribers who will win Natural Grocers gift cards for $1,000.00 each. To participate, customers must be subscribed for mail delivery by Sunday, January 31, 2021.

The good4u Health Hotline Magazine is Natural Grocers’ monthly publication which features in-store sales and specials, original recipes developed by Natural Grocers, health and wellness articles written by the retailer’s Nutrition Education experts, and more.

“In 2017, we started publishing the current iteration of our Health Hotline Magazine which is written, designed and published entirely by our good4u Crew every month,” said Kemper Isely, Natural Grocers’ Co-President. “We are really proud of the magazine which provides our communities with healthy tips, nutritious recipes and keeps them up to date on upcoming sales, and we thought it would be a fun surprise for our subscribers to find store coupons in the March issue.”

Customers can subscribe by visiting www.NaturalGrocers.com/subscribe and selecting “subscribe by mail” as their delivery preference before Sunday, January 31, 2021.

For more information on the $500,000 good4u Giveaway, visit www.naturalgrocers.com/good4u-giveaway

Soure: Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Inc.

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