Wednesday, July 15, 2009

We have expanded!




WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT IDAHO IS UP AND RUNNING, AND ARIZONA WILL BE READY NEXT WEEK!!

Our expansion will be a great thing for our company and for our friends in Arizona and Idaho. We will officially begin servicing Arizona this upcoming Wednesday, July 22nd, and are currently offering Idaho's deals (just email us at Idaho@dealstomeals.com for THIS weeks deals)

To make this transition a success it is important that we get the word out about www.dealstomeals.com. Our weekly deals will include the following stores for Arizona; Fry’s, Bashas’, Albertsons, Sunflower Farmers Market, Safeway, Fresh and Easy Market, and Sprouts Market. In addition to our Weekly Deal Sheet you’ll receive the Weekly Meal Planner, Tips of the Week and our Grocery List. For the time being our service will be FREE of any cost as we spread the news. Once we have sufficiently grown in Arizona and Idaho our service will be only $4.95 per month.

If you have ANY friends or family in your area that you think might be interested in this free service we invite you to forward this information to them. If you could include Arizona@dealstomeals.com (or Idaho@dealstomeals.com) in the forward we will make sure to inform your friends and family of our expansion. You and your friends will be contacted within the week with details that will help you logon this upcoming Wednesday. This is very exciting and new for us so we would appreciate any feedback or suggestions.

I look forward to hearing from you and your friends as we begin this wonderful new phase of Deals to Meals.

Thank you for your support!

2 comments:

Adams Family said...

Oklahomas next, right? I'll help ;-)

den, nat & kids said...

I am so excited to have you come to IDAHO!!! I am telling all of my friends and I'm our ward food storage specialist! You are awesome. Thanks for all of the help you've given me with my storage.

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