Rolling Hills - Preferred Gardener Program

By: Rolling  09-12-2011
Keywords: Nursery

Rolling Hills has established a great new way for customers to be rewarded for shopping at the nursery. 

The Preferred Gardener Program is open to all patrons who want to sign up and the program works a lot like a Kroger Plus Card.  Participants just show their card every time they are shopping and automatically receive special pricing on select items and notification of upcoming sales and promotions. 

Plus every purchase builds points into an account and every six months, we issue reward certificates based on the amount of purchases over the previous months.  There is absolutely no charge for participating, so be sure to ask about the program the next time you are in the store and become a Rolling Hills Preferred Gardener.

Keywords: Nursery

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