THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE THE SHUSWAP: Save-On-Foods supporting community events

Save-On-Foods supporting community events

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The team at Salmon Arm Save-On-Foods would like to thank our customers, friends and neighbours for their continued support.

At Save-On-Foods, we’re proudly local. We’ve been offering customers more value in our community for nearly 90 years and we’re committed to doing our best when it comes to supporting our community here in Salmon Arm.

We’re very proud of our new store. Featuring the very latest in energy saving technology, it’s been designed to make smart use of energy wherever possible. From sensor operated high-efficiency lighting in the dairy and freezer cases that turns on only when you walk by – to a state of the art heat reclaim system, this store features all the extras when it comes to energy-efficient technology. And, we’ve been working on making it easier for customers to do their part to reduce, reuse and recycle – thanks to our new store layout and recycling stations, we’re able to challenge ourselves to be even more green and we’re having lots of fun with it.

What really makes our store special is our People. We have a fantastic team that is always ready to serve you. Since our Grand Opening in June 2010, we’ve been lucky to be part of an amazing line-up of community-based festivals and events such as the Relay for Life, the Dragonboat and Paddling Festival, school PACs, our local Rotary Club, The Roots and Blues Festival, Minor Hockey, the White Lake Pancake Breakfast, and we look forward to many more.

Thanks for your support Salmon Arm!

 

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