Vons in Solana Beach giving away reusable bags

Vons, in cooperation with the City of Solana Beach and in support of the City’s Plastic Bag Reduction Ordinance, will be celebrating Earth Day by giving away 1,000 reusable bags.* The giveaway will occur on Monday, April 22, at the Solana Beach store location.

In addition, from April 22 to April 28, Vons will be giving away an additional reusable bag* for every customer that signs up for their “Just 4 U” online and mobile application. Select reusable bags will also be available during this time period for a discounted price of $0.99.

*While supplies last, limit one free reusable bag per household.

**Also while supplies last, limit one free reusable bag per household.

For more information, please contact Dan King at 858-720-2477.

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