Fletcher, NC, March 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Earth Fare, the healthy supermarket, launches a new community-focused website at http://www.EarthFare.com. Earth Fare’s new website focuses on bringing communities together to fuel health and earn rewards for reaching common goals.
Earth Fare’s first community campaign asks customers to stop by for its Sunday Burgers for Bucks event, join the conversation on Facebook and start saving as a part of its Tomato Bank rewards program. When the community reaches all three of these goals, Earth Fare will provide $1000 for physical education equipment to neighborhood schools in each of its 30 markets across the Southeast and Midwest.
Check out this week’s special offer. Customers that visit the website and join the campaign on or before March 24, 2013 will receive a coupon for 2 free pineapples with $10 purchase – one to keep and one to give to a friend.
The new http://www.EarthFare.com features Tomato Bank rewards information, weekly deals, interactive content, as well as videos that showcase team and community members.
Check out all the new website has to offer at http://www.EarthFare.com.
About Earth Fare, Inc.:
Founded in 1975 in Asheville, NC, Earth Fare, the healthy supermarket, is one of the largest natural and organic food retailers in the country with more than 28 stores across the Southeast and Midwest. Headquartered in Fletcher, NC, Earth Fare leads the natural and organic food industry as one of the only supermarket retailers in the country to ban high-fructose corn syrup, artificial fats and trans-fats, artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, as well as antibiotics and synthetic growth hormones in fresh meats and dairy. Earth Fare has differentiated itself with the strictest ingredient standard in the industry and its commitment to its mission: to connect community and improve lives through food.