Saturday, April 30, 2011

Free Groceries at the New Harmons in Farmington

Harmons will open its first store in Davis County Monday, May 2. It's also the first business to open in the huge Station Park shopping center, just south of the Frontrunner Commuter Rail Station in Farmington. 
Events Monday morning: 
6 a.m. to 10 a.m. - Parking lot party with free coffee, cocoa, food and entertainment.
9:45 a.m. - Brief ribbon cutting with Farmington Mayor and Harmons’ leaders
10 a.m. - Store opens

Harmons is giving away gift bags full of the store's signature foods and local products valued at $50, to the first 200 Station Park customers. Five random bags will include a $500 Harmons’ gift card and the rest will contain a $10 gift card. 

Beginning at 8 a.m., Harmons will begin distributing 200 wrist bands on site that can be redeemed with purchase at any Station Park check stand between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. that day in exchange for the gift bags. One wristband per family, and you must be 18 years or older.  

Some of the features of the new store:
- Made to order sandwiches from freshly baked artisan bread
- Carving station and hot meals, salad bar and soups to go 
- Chef prepared breakfasts
- A mezzanine with tables and chairs to sit and enjoy meals
- A cooking school offering classes
- Gourmet cheese island with imported and locally made artisan cheese

Harmons is a Utah-based grocery chain that has been in business for 79 years.  This is its fourteenth store. The Emigration Market store will open in June, and the downtown Salt Lake City Creek store will open next spring.

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