Phoenix, AZ Savings Nation: Grocery Workshop
Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PDT)
Melissa Hurst, author of Saving Cents with Sense and a Savings.com DealPro, will teach this 2-hour Grocery Coupon Workshop. Following the workshop, attendees will leave with a better understanding of how to shop with coupons using strategic couponing and menu planning techniques and achieve savings of 50% or more!
Please register in advance through Eventbrite to ensure materials are available for all attendees. Thank you!
Topics discussed in the workshop include the following
Strategic Grocery Shopping
Learn how to avoid common marketing traps at the grocery store, and shop smarter!
See exactly how coupons work, how you can use them to save at least 50% on your groceries, understand your stores' policies, and keep all those awesome coupons organized!
Meal Planning Made Simple
Get practical help with how to plan out your menu to save the most money while providing healthy meals for your family!
You will receive a workbook to take lots of valuable notes during the workshop. So come prepared to learn, discuss and connect with others who are excited about saving money too!
Please RSVP in advance to ensure your spot is secured.
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** Register for this class and you can stay for the Advanced coupon workshop offered directly after Grocery Savings. Get your ticket now and come to both or just one of the classes.
Grocery Savings will be 9:30 - 11am
Break 11 -11:30
Advanced Couponing will be 11:30 -12:30
**Bring 3 cans or non-perishable food items to the class and you will receive a $5 Gas Gift Card. Items will be donated to St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance to the 1 in 4 children, 1 in 5 adults, and 1 in 7 seniors in Arizona who don’t know if they will go to bed hungry tonight.**
This workshop is part of the Savings Nation network, fueled by Savings.com, the place to go for the best deals on everything you want. Visit Savings.com to join millions of members that have already saved more than $500 million.
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