Noblesville Main Street is happy to announce another line of support to help provide cultural arts events and programs in downtown Noblesville. Recently, the organization was enrolled as a benefactor of the Kroger Community Rewards program, which awards a percentage of purchases of registered plus card members to Main Street on a quarterly basis.
“At Kroger, customer service and community service really are the same thing, and we take both opportunities seriously. We not only encourage and empower employees in support of thousands of local organizations, but we create ways for customers to join us in supporting local community needs as members of our extended Kroger family. Community Rewards allows customers to designate which local organization will receive a share of their shopping dollars. Our customers determine the priorities and Kroger provides the funding,” said John Elliott, public affairs manager. “As the Kroger leader responsible for the Community Rewards program and as a resident of Old Town Noblesville who cherishes our historic downtown, I believe it is important to support Noblesville Main Street in every way possible.”
Local shoppers can also register Noblesville Main Street as their Community Rewards benefactor by visiting Kroger.com/communityrewards, creating an account and selecting Noblesville Main Street organization number 10471.
“This program is a great way to help us provide programming in downtown Noblesville. We appreciate the support of the Kroger team and their local focus will help us continue to do great things in our community,” said Chris Owens, executive director of Noblesville Main Street. “As a consumer, I’ll admit I get a little excited knowing that some of my family’s weekly spending goes to help support opportunities for community engagement and interaction.”
Questions about enrolling as consumers can be directed to the Noblesville Main Street office at 317-776-0205 or email@example.com.