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How To Finish Your To Do List

Do you ever feel like your "To Do" list is neverending? That's how I've been feeling lately - especially with all of the last minute summer parties I need to attend!

The best way I've found, to cross off items on my "To Do" list, is to go to Woodman's Food Market!

That's because they are a convenient one-stop, grocery shopping destination!

Besides their HUGE grocery store, Woodman's stores also feature oil change centers, car washes, discount gas stations and they have extremely well-stocked liquor stores.

And speaking of their liquor stores, my husband is obsessed with their 'Mix 'N Match Micro Brews." He can choose from hundreds of micro-brews to create the 6-pack of his dreams at a GREAT price!

I love how Woodman's shelves are alwasy fully stocked and they have a huge natural and organic section.

The employees are always friendly, especially because they're 100% employeed owned!

And if you're looking for their weekly store flyer, just visit their website now.

I promise you, you'll have a better shopping experience at Woodman's Food Market because they have better products, better prices, better service because they're employee owned!

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08/21/2013 11:23AM
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