Favorite Supermarket Turns 100! @StopandShop

This year our favorite supermarket Stop & Shop is celebrating their 100th Anniversary! We love Stop & Shop! Throughout the year, Stop & Shop will celebrate “Fresh Ideas for 100 Years” by offering special offers, activities and events showcasing the company’s promise to the neighborhoods and the communities it serves. The celebrations started on May 23rd and you may see limited edition collection of retro products with vintage packaging (including the adorable coffee cans seen in the photo as well as the celebratory reusable bags) Stop & Shop’s official birthday is September 6, 2014. Look for additional in-store celebrations and offers on this day.

Some of the community events include:

• 100 Days of Giving – From Memorial through Labor Day, Stop & Shop New England will donate $1,000 to 100 New England non-profit organizations. These donations are in addition to the $15 million in donations to hunger relief organizations and children’s health and wellness programs in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island this year.

• Summer Concert Series – Every Wednesday from June 4 to September 3, join Stop & Shop on the plaza at their New England Headquarters at 1385 Hancock Street in Quincy, MA. for a free concert. The entertainment is open to the public from noon – 1p.m.

For more information visit or go to their Facebook page for all the details. There is a Facebook Recipe Contest called Fresh Ideas Fridays. Each Friday, a product will be featured and fans will be asked to share recipes and ideas using the products. Winners will be chosen weekly for great prizes!

Speaking of winners, to win a $25 gift card to Stop & Shop comment on the blog post or on trendymommies Facebook page about your favorite Stop & Shop product and like our trendymommies facebook page. A winner will be chosen randomly and announced July 1!

Disclosure: The company sent me a gift pack including the coffee and gift card. All opinions are my own!

Stop & Shop Celebrates 100 Years
Stop & Shop Celebrates 100 Years


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