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Loyalty Program

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Membership is free and we start every new account with a signing bonus of 2500 points. Points earned are kept in the account forever unless there is no activity in the account for one year; then the account reverts to zero.

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To sign-up and join, we will assign a membership number.

With your permission, we can also access your account with your telephone number. So you can tell the clerk your phone number to earn point in your account. Anyone can assign their purchase to an account if they know the phone number. Same household members for example, can then make separate visits and still earn points. 

Prior to 2018, we handed out membership cards. So we can scan the card to access the account as well. 

We will absolutely not call you or give this information to any other party for any reason.

In the event, you do not wish us to use your phone number, please choose a 10 digit number that you can remember. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, with each regular grocery purchase, the clerks will scan your membership card or enter your phone number and points will be added to your account. You will earn 750 points for ever $10 purchase or portion or thereof.

At each level, gift certificates are awarded to us as cash dollars for future purcahses.

Phone numbers are used only for the purpose of awarding points to your account. 

REWARD LEVELS

WHITE BELT upon sign-up starting with a 2500 point starting bonus.

YELLOW BELT 25,000 points earns a $5.00 certificate

ORANGE BELT 50,000 points earns a $5.00 certificate

GREEN BELT 75,000 points earns a $10.00 certificate

BLUE BELT 100,000 points earns a $10.00 certificate

BROWN BELT 125,000 points earns a $10.00 certificate

BLACK BELT 150,000 points earns a $10.00 certificate


Every 25,000 points earned from this point on receives a $10.00 certificate.

Fun Fact

Ryutaro Nakagama had a passion for Judo. He had earned a Black Belt at the  Steveston Judo Club prior to WWII. After moving out to Alberta, he would help out of various clubs when he could. Many of his kids and grandkids have also participated in Judo. One of his grandsons is a Nidan (2nd Degree) Black Belt Judoka.

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