ACME Offers Winter Storm Recovery Discount to Customers

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Now through February 15, 2014, all ACME Markets stores throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland will offer a special 5% coupon to customers who were impacted by recent storms (some restrictions apply).

Recognizing how much the storms have significantly affected ACME Markets’ communities, the local grocer wants to help customers refill their refrigerators and freezers with staples that may have been destroyed by the power outage, and also stock their pantries with additional canned goods and shelf-stable foods that many area customers found invaluable during the recent crisis. The 5% coupon on purchases is available to all customers at acmemarkets.com/winterstorm. Just click on the “Special Offer” link to print out the letter with the discount coupon. For those customers still without power and unable to print out the special offer, the store director of their local ACME Markets store is ready, willing and able to assist.

“All of our associates stood side by side with customers in being impacted by this storm, and we want to help customers recover as quickly as possible from this epic weather event,” said Jim Perkins, president of ACME. “ACME has been a part of our community for 123 years, and helping customers out in a time of need is just our way of taking care of the community the best way we can.”

The Special Offer Coupon is valid from February 10, 2014 to February 15, 2015. Offer excludes floral, money orders, lottery tickets, gift cards, tobacco, prescriptions, stamps, phone cards, fuel and convenience store purchases or other products prohibited by law.

ACME Markets Inc. began in 1891. ACME operates 112 stores, including Sav-On Pharmacies at select locations, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, employing more than 10,000 associates. For more information visit, www.acmemarkets.com.

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