I love Kroger because it customizes it inventory to fit the neighborhood in which it lives. So if your Kroger is in Southwest Atlanta, expect plenty enough greens and Chitterlings (yuck) at holiday time. If your Kroger is in Toco Hills expect plenty of challah bread and gefilte fish. I know that these are generalizations, but it is a reality that Atlantans gather in neighborhoods based on culture, race, religion, and so forth. Kroger seems to be well aware of what its customers want, and I love that about them.
Well, two months ago I discovered another reason why I love Kroger. My Kroger Plus card, which I use religiously, tracked my purchases and Kroger sent me RELEVANT coupons in the mail. Kroger collected data about me, and how I shop and sent me coupons for things I actually buy. I LOVE THAT!!!
Not to mention how my spending is tracked through the card and gives me fuel points to use for gas. Every 100 point I receive equals a $.10 off of per gallon of my gas. And we all know that Atlantans use a bunch of GAS!
So I highly recommend getting a Kroger Plus card for when you shop at Kroger.
Enjoy FREE Spring Festivals all Around Metro Atlanta
Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival -April 2nd & 3rd, 2016. 3493 Ashford Dunwoody Road.
Dogwood Festival – April 8, 9, 10, 2016. Piedmont Park
Sandy Arts a Palooka – April 16-17, 2016. 6100 Lake Forrest Drive NE Sandy Springs, GA
Inman Park Festival – April 30 – May 1, 2016. Elizabeth @ Waverly Way Edgewood @ Waddell Street
Inman Park Festival – April 30 – May 1, 2016. Elizabeth @ Waverly Way Edgewood @ Waddell Street Alta @ Euclid Avenue
Chastain Park Arts Festival – May 7th & 8th, 2016. 4469 Stella Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Bare Foot in the Park – May 7th & 8th, 2016. Buford Town Park, 2200 Buford Drive, Buford, GA
Taste of Alpharetta – May 12th, 2016. Downtown Alpharetta, GA 2 South Main Street Alpharetta, GA
Decatur Arts Festival – May 28 & May 29th, 2016. Downtown Decatur, GA
This is a free event! We visited the Dogwood festival and it did not disappoint. There were lots of Artisans, Family, rides & fun with a wristband price of $15.00, plus al kinds of yummy food for sale (some for free, we got free plant-based ice cream from So Delicious)!
Here’s a sampling of some of the artisan handcrafted designs. The festival is running until 11pm Friday and all Day Saturday & Sunday. Don’t miss one of Atlanta’s biggest free & fun event!