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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In celebration of Earth Day and as part of its commitment to incorporating sustainable practices into its day-to-day business operations, Harris Teeter announced it has aligned with vendors to offer promotions that will reward customers for their green decisions.
The retailer said that shoppers that sign up for its e-VIC loyalty program by Earth Day will receive a free Harris Teeter reusable shopping bag. What's more, VIC members will receive more loyalty points when they purchase the following products:
From April 6 through May 3, for every $1 a VIC-card customer spends on any combination of Dannon yogurt products, he or she will earn one point. When a shopper earns 20 points, the shopper will receive $3 off his or her next grocery bill, automatically targeted to his or her VIC card. Also, for every $1,000 worth of Dannon products purchased at Harris Teeter stores, Dannon will plant a tree in the community, up to 1,200 trees;
For four weeks beginning April 13, shoppers who recycle their old baking pans at participating Harris Teeter locations will receive discounts on a new Good Cook baking pan; and
Seventh Generation has partnered with Harris Teeter to offer the company’s VIC-card customers a free reusable bag when they purchase $5 or more in participating Seventh Generation products from April 20 to April 26. What's more, the reusable bag will be targeted to a shopper’s VIC card and can be redeemed during a subsequent transaction made between April 20 and May 3.