Adult Toy Coupons – New Hostgator Coupon http://newhostgatorcoupon.com/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 02:33:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3.png Adult Toy Coupons – New Hostgator Coupon http://newhostgatorcoupon.com/ 32 32 I’m a Deal Expert – You can save $2.30 on a raising cane’s favorite by asking for an easy replacement https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/im-a-deal-expert-you-can-save-2-30-on-a-raising-canes-favorite-by-asking-for-an-easy-replacement/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 16:53:57 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/im-a-deal-expert-you-can-save-2-30-on-a-raising-canes-favorite-by-asking-for-an-easy-replacement/ A SAVINGS expert shared his hacks for fast food deals this summer, including a hack for a fan favorite at Raising Cane’s. The Deal Guy, as his name goes Youtube channelspilled ten hacks for your favorite fast food joints. 2 This raising canes hack will save you money on the drive-thruCredit: YouTube/The Deal Guy 2 […]]]>

A SAVINGS expert shared his hacks for fast food deals this summer, including a hack for a fan favorite at Raising Cane’s.

The Deal Guy, as his name goes Youtube channelspilled ten hacks for your favorite fast food joints.

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If you’re a Rising Cane fan and like the three-finger combo, this secret is for you.

First, order the Caniac Combo, which includes six chicken strips, french fries, two cane sauces, and a side of coleslaw.

Then ask to replace the coleslaw with extra fries.

For $14.69 you have the equivalent of two $8.49 three finger combos.

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I'm a deals expert - my Pizza Hut hack will save you $8.50 on a large pie

This will save you about $2.30.

This next secret will save you nearly 50 percent at Pizza Hut.

If you regularly order a pizza that you create yourself, it starts at $12.49.

If you add the toppings, you’re looking at $20.49 for a large pizza with pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, and onions.

Order the $10 Tastemaker pizza instead.

It’s still a large pizza, but up to three free toppings are included.

The same pizza would cost $12.00, saving you about $8.50.

This hack by Wendy will not only save you money but also bring you a profit.

Dave’s single burger is $5.19.

Order a double stack instead and add tomatoes and lettuce.

This will only cost you $3.09 and will save you about $2.00 with an extra patty.

If you want a Chick-fil-A dinner with a McDonald’s dessert, check out this next secret.

This hack gets you a Chick-fil-A equivalent of the McFlurry, and you get a full meal with it.

Order a Chick-fil-A kid’s meal of your choice, which is a sizeable portion of food.

Ask to replace a toy with a sundae.

Then ask the staff member to put cookie sprinkles on top.

A surcharge of 30 cents may be charged for the sprinkles.

You can get fries, a drink, chicken nuggets, and a copycat McFlurry for $5.39.

Bonus Hack: If you want some free bacon as a treat, head over to the mobile app.

If you’re customizing your sandwich, skip the $1.34 “Add Bacon” icon and instead go to “Special Instructions” and write “Bacon.”

This hack is a bit riskier and may not always work.

LOW-COST LOAFES

Jimmy John’s French Bread has the next secret to a delicious and affordable sandwich you can make at home.

Walk up to a Jimmy John’s in the morning or late at night and ask for bread that’s barely a day old.

At some locations, you can get their 16-inch bun loft for between 25 and 50 cents.

You can then use this bread to make your own Jimmy John’s sandwich.

If you don’t want to make a sandwich at home, head to Subway and take advantage of summer coupons that give you free subscriptions or a percentage of your order.

MILK ENJOYMENT

For that next secret, head over to Dairy Queen.

You can save $2.00 on this hack and get a free dilly bar.

At Dairy Queen, the kid’s burger is the same size as the burger in the adult meal.

Order a kids’ cheeseburger menu and ask for a soda instead of the milk or bottled water.

This exchange should be free.

Your grand total is $5.39, and you get a full-size burger, fries, a smaller drink that you can refill, and a dilly bar.

Adult meal is $7.49.

That’s about $2.00 you could save at Dairy Queen.

The same hack applies to the burger chain Freddy’s and there you can save more than $3.00.

Order the kids’ cheeseburger combo at Freddy’s for $5.39.

To make this the same as the Single Steak Burger Combo, ask to add mustard and onion for free.

The adult version costs $8.59.

Since the kids meal is cheaper and you get exactly the same portion in addition to the drink that you can refill, this is definitely the better meal deal.

RETURNS FOR DAMAGE

This next hack involves receipts from fast food restaurants.

These receipts are filled with opportunities to get free groceries.

If you don’t want to give out your personal information without risking getting spammed, there’s a hack for that too.

Apple has a built-in feature in its email program where it gives you a temporary email address that you can use to receive and opt-out of email whenever you like.

There are equivalents for Android users like Simple Login.

For this next secret head over to Burger King,

If you can’t decide between fries and onion rings, you can go for half and half. Sometimes these are called frings. You can get them at no extra charge.

Pro tip: If you have a favorite fast food joint, download their app.

The deals on these apps are worth the phone storage. You can get money for items, free food rewards and more offers.

Paypal also has discounts for your favorite fast food restaurants including discounted gift cards.

This next secret is a hot dog hack at your favorite hypermarkets.

Costco and Sam’s Club have some of the largest hot dogs on the market for only $1.50.

This includes a free drink and you don’t have to be a member to get this great offer. Just make sure you go through the exit and then make your way to the food court.

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Other hot dogs are smaller and cost over $6, so you can’t beat this deal.

This Lask hack is for Starbucks.

If you want to give your kids or dogs a little treat, ask the barista for a free portion of whipped cream.

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Man Turns Staircase Closet Into Elden Ring Oasis: “I Can’t Believe The Difference” https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/man-turns-staircase-closet-into-elden-ring-oasis-i-cant-believe-the-difference/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 21:40:10 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/man-turns-staircase-closet-into-elden-ring-oasis-i-cant-believe-the-difference/ A tiny closet got a man cave makeover and is actually kind of perfect. Biden’s Cryptocurrency Executive Order – Here’s What It Means For You TikToker @chloe_97xo and her friend have a hometown with a small cupboard under the stairs. It was so cramped and neglected that it was the kind of closet Harry Potter […]]]>

A tiny closet got a man cave makeover and is actually kind of perfect.

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TikToker @chloe_97xo and her friend have a hometown with a small cupboard under the stairs. It was so cramped and neglected that it was the kind of closet Harry Potter might have lived in. But with some paint and thoughtful changes, her boyfriend transformed the cramped space into a fully functional man cave.

In The Know, cover star Storm Reid reflects on being a “student of life”:

“My boyfriend decided to turn our under the stairs closet into his new man cave. Can’t believe the difference,” the caption read.

The closet was small and unassuming. It literally wasn’t big enough for him or an adult to stand in. Thankfully, you don’t have to be standing to play elden ring.

He painted the walls green, installed strings of blue lights, and put up shelves. Finally he added his computer station and To play Chair. It’s not just a cute setup, it’s a vibe.

The Man Cave Makeover has garnered 2.6 million views so far tick tock.

“Imagine you have family or friends over and they say, ‘So where’s your friend?’ ‘Oh he’s just in the closet under the stairs’” one user joked.

“When I say it’s really my dream to have a place under the stairs,” another said.

“Elden ring you will hear screams from the stairs all night lol”, someone commented.

“Make what he’s got work! Kudos Brotha!” one person added.

“You do with what you have. Absolutely love it,” one TikToker answered.

Watch this Brooklyn bedroom go from drab to fabulous in a day:

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Community Calendar | Local News | heraldpalladium.com https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/community-calendar-local-news-heraldpalladium-com/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/community-calendar-local-news-heraldpalladium-com/ Ongoing events South Haven Ladies Golf League: Open to the public. Tee time, 9:00am, Thursdays June 16, June 23, June 30, Beeches Golf Club, 68th Avenue, South Haven. 9 or 18 hole golf games available. Open to the public. Until July 23 – “(Re)bound: Exhibition “The changed book”: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 […]]]>

Ongoing events

South Haven Ladies Golf League: Open to the public. Tee time, 9:00am, Thursdays June 16, June 23, June 30, Beeches Golf Club, 68th Avenue, South Haven. 9 or 18 hole golf games available. Open to the public.

Until July 23 – “(Re)bound: Exhibition “The changed book”: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix Street, South Haven.

June

12 – Fellowship Picnic: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Casco United Methodist Church, 880 66th St., South Haven. Music begins at 5:30 p.m. with The Rawson Family Singers. Hot dogs, fries and drinks are provided. Bring your beach chair. voluntary donation.

13 – Kiwanis Meeting in South Haven: 12:00 p.m., Van Buren County Senior Village Senior Services. Guest speaker will be Andy from the South Haven Boys and Girls Club.

13 – South Haven Garden Club Meeting: 1:00 p.m., First Congregational Church, 651 Phoenix St., South Haven. The activity revolves around bonsai. Social time begins at 12:30 p.m

14 – South Haven Rotary Club Meeting: 7:00 am, Peace Lutheran Church, 06321 Blue Star Hwy., South Haven. Jeff Weber, director of the National Blueberry Festival, will be the guest speaker.

14 – Drive-Thru Fundraising Day for Migrants: 10am-2pm, We Care Community Resource Center, 1301 M-43 Highway (on Blue Star Highway). Needed distribution items for migrants, including used clothes, blankets, sheets, pillows, small household appliances, work gloves, used children’s toys. Dairy Queen vouchers are available to donors on a first come, first served basis.

14 – Sons of American Legion Meeting: 6 p.m., 49 American Legion Post, 129 Michigan Ave., South Haven.

16 – Magic Show and Workshop with Magician John Dudley: 2:00-3:45 p.m., Mitten Children’s Museum, 246 Broadway Ave., South Haven.

17-18 – Harborfest: Downtown South Haven and Riverfront Park. Dragon boat races, handicraft stands, concerts, beer garden, children’s entertainment. For more information visit southhavenharborfest.com

18th-41st Annual Antique & Classic Boat Show: 10am-4pm, Michigan Maritime Museum Campus, 260 Dyckman Ave., South Haven. The event includes exhibitions, demonstrations and building toy boats for children. For more information, visit www … michiganmaritimemuseum.org

18 – 2nd Annual June 16 South Haven Celebration: 2pm – 9pm, Elkenburg Park, South Haven. Diverse events for adults and children. Free BBQ Meals. Stalls selling black-owned South Haven-area products. Bicycle raffle.

18 – “Sojourner Truth: The Legacy Lives On”: 7:30 p.m., Listiak Auditorium, South Haven High School, 600 Elkenburg St., South Haven. North Carolina theater actress Sandra Jones recreates the life of the famous 19th-century abolitionist, author, and women’s rights activist. Free admission. Sponsored by the South Haven Theater Series with a grant from the Greater South Haven Community Foundation.

20 – South Haven Kiwanis Club Meeting: 12:00 p.m., Seniors Service at Van Buren County Senior Village, South Haven. Narrated by Shandy Longcore, Teen Suicide Prevention Specialist at Embracing Imperfections.

21 – South Haven Rotary Club Meeting: 7:00 am, Peace Lutheran Church, 06321 Blue Star Hwy., South Haven. Guest speaker will be Bob Filbrandt from Bob’s Processing.

24 – South Haven Kiwanis Club Meeting: 12:00 p.m., Seniors’ Service, Van Buren County Senior Village, South Haven. Shandy Longcore from Embracing Imperfections will be the speaker.

24 – Kids’ Night Out: 5-7 p.m., Mitten Children’s Museum, 246 Broadway Ave., South Haven. Crafts, a movie and games.

24 – South Haven Performance Series with The Lincoln Trio: 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, corner of Michigan and Center Streets, South Haven. $10 adult admission. Free admission for students.

25 – Wildlife Wonders: 11:00 a.m., South Haven Memorial Library, 314 Broadway Ave. The event will feature naturalists from the Sarett Nature Center, who will bring a variety of animals for children to learn about. To register, visit the library or call 637-2403.

27 – The Mitten Camp: 10am-2pm, Mitten Children’s Museum, 246 Broadway Ave., South Haven. With science experiments, art and open play.

30 – South Haven Rotary Club Awards and New Board Member Induction Dinner: 6:00 p.m., HawksHead Restaurant, Casco Township.

July

2-3 – South Haven Art Fair: 10am-5pm, Stanley Johnston Park, Dyckman Avenue, South Haven. Hosted by the South Haven Center for the Arts.

3 – South Haven Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Huron Street Pavilion, downtown, South Haven. A fundraiser for the Rotary Club’s community projects.

3 – Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Glenn: 7am-12pm, Glenn Community Center, 114th Avenue. A fundraiser for the community center.

3 – Pre-Fireworks Performance: Noon to 7 p.m., Mitten Children’s Museum, 246 Broadway Ave., South Haven. Various festivities planned for children before the fireworks.

3 – Light up the Lakeside Fireworks: Dusk, South and North Beaches, South Haven.

July 4th – 4th Parade: 11am, downtown South Haven.

7 – “Carol Niffenegger: “The Shape of Color” Pocket Gallery Opening Reception: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven.

9 – Annual Garden Walk: 10:00am – 4:00pm, South Haven area. Sponsored by the South Haven Garden Club. Tickets and details below www.southhavengardenclub.org/events

9 – 9th Annual Fish Boil Fundraiser: 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Ave., South Haven. More information and tickets at www. michiganmaritimemuseum.org

23 – “Becoming Queen Elizabeth II”: 7:30 p.m., Listiak Auditorium, South Haven High School, 600 Elkenburg St., South Haven. Historian Leslie Goddard will present an account of Queen Elizabeth’s life. Sponsored by the South Haven Theater Series. For ticket information see southhaventheatreseries.org

29 – South Haven Performance Series with baritone soloist Stephen Lancaster and organist Kevin Vaughn: 7:30 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 06321 Blue Star Hwy., South Haven. Tickets are $10 for adults and admission is free for students.

29 – West Michigan Redux Art Exhibit Opening: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven. The exhibition lasts until September 17th.

August

4 – Shannon Miller Pocket Gallery Opening Reception: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven.

11-14 – National Blueberry Festival: Various locations in South Haven. Events include musical entertainment, pie-eating competitions, children’s activities, local blueberry farm tours, 5k races, blueberry pancake breakfast, Bobby Walker basketball tournament and more. For more information visit http://www.blueberryfestival.com

19 – Make a Splash with Trash: 10-12 a.m., Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Ave., South Haven. The museum partners with the South Haven Center for the Arts to show how art, science, and conservation work together in fun and creative ways. For more information visit www.michiganmaritimemuseum.org

20 – “Pat Hazell’s The Wonder Bread Years”: 7:30 p.m., Listiak Auditorium, South Haven High School, 600 Elkenburg St., South Haven. Written and performed by Pat Hazell, one of the original “Seinfeld” writers, the one-man comedic and theatrical performance celebrates many of the childhood joys of the baby boomer generation. Sponsored by the South Haven Theater Series. For tickets visit southhaventheatreseries.org

26 – South Haven Performance Series with Axiom Brass: 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, corner of Michigan and Center Streets, South Haven. Tickets are $10 for adults, free for students.

26 – Rock The Boat Concert: 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Ave., South Haven. The band “The 1985” is introduced. For more information, visit the museum’s website at michiganmaritimemuseum.org

September

1 – Connie McAllister Pocket Gallery Opening Reception: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven.

4 – Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Glenn: 7am-12pm, Glenn Community Center, 114th Avenue. A fundraiser for the community center.

12 – South Haven Garden Club Meeting: 1:00 p.m., First Congregational Church, 651 Phoenix St., South Haven. Nate Fuller, director of the Sarett Nature Center, will speak about native plants. Social time begins at 12:30 p.m

17 – Black River Open Paddle: 10:00am-12:00pm: Paddlers bring their own boats and paddle up and back the river to visit the Michigan Maritime Museum. $10 registration includes museum admission. For more information visit www.michiganmaritimemuseum.org

24 – “Dennis Elkins Box: 7:30 p.m., Listiak Auditorium, South Haven High School, 600 Elkenburg St., South Haven. The theater show features author and actor Dennis Elkins. Sponsored by the South Haven Theater Series. For ticket information see southhaventheatreseries.org

October

6 – Sherri Willett Pocket Gallery Opening Reception: South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven.

7 – Informational Presentations at the Bailey Museum: 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., The Bailey Museum & Gardens, 903 S. Bailey Ave., South Haven. Free event. Presentations on Michigan Orchids by Jeanne Rhinehart, Shifting Paradigms: The New Native Plant Movement by Christopher Hart and Plants for the Planet by Melody Williamson. For more information and to register, call 269-637-3251 or email info@libertyhydebailey.org

10 – South Haven Garden Club Meeting: 1:00 p.m., First Congregational Church, 651 Phoenix St., South Haven. Melody Williamson will be the guest speaker on spring onions. Social time begins at 12:30 p.m

28 – Children’s Halloween Carnival: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Ave. Children’s games, sweets and prizes. Free event for children aged from toddler to 10 years. Children must be in costume and accompanied by an adult.

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Tulsa City-County Library Begins Summer Reading Program, All Ages Awards | local news https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/tulsa-city-county-library-begins-summer-reading-program-all-ages-awards-local-news/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/tulsa-city-county-library-begins-summer-reading-program-all-ages-awards-local-news/ The 24 branches of the Tulsa City-County Library have started their work annual summer reading programwhich offers different themes, prizes and events for all ages until July 31st. Laura Raphael, the library’s children’s services coordinator, said the program uses prizes and incentives to encourage Tulsanians to read. She said children and teens who continue reading […]]]>

The 24 branches of the Tulsa City-County Library have started their work annual summer reading programwhich offers different themes, prizes and events for all ages until July 31st.

Laura Raphael, the library’s children’s services coordinator, said the program uses prizes and incentives to encourage Tulsanians to read. She said children and teens who continue reading through the summer avoid the “summer slip” in academic ability and are better prepared to return to school in the fall.

“We have the Summer Reading Program for one purpose: to encourage reading – because reading is great,” said Raphael. “We recognize both the academic and personal benefits of reading in people’s lives, and we simply want to spread this message and support Tulsanians of all ages to find reading materials that enrich their lives.

“We hope everyone comes to the library and finds something they like.”

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The Littles Summer Reading Program, which spans ages from birth through preschool, and the Children’s Summer Reading Program, for preschool through fifth grade, are themed “Oceans of Possibilities.” Both have reading goals which, if met, can lead to redeemable prizes like a medal, coupon book, or plushie.

Medal winners from the Summer Children’s Reading Program will be entered into raffles for several major prizes including the Tulsa Drillers Birthday Party Experience in Hornsby, the Sea Turtle Experience at the Oklahoma Aquarium for six and the Safari Joes H20 Birthday Party Package for 12.

The Teen and Tween Summer Reading Program includes a goal of reading or listening to six books in two months to earn a drawstring backpack, vouchers for free local food and entertainment, and entry into a raffle for prizes such as laptops and game consoles.

The summer reading program for adults 16 and older includes a goal of reading or listening to four books to earn a literary-themed tote bag and coupons for Tulsa Zoo, Tulsa State Fair, and menu items from Whataburger, Mazzio’s, and Merritt’s Bakery.

Despite the era of e-books and online resources, Raphael said she’s noticed a desire for printed books and materials from children and young people in recent years. She said that while they check out e-books and audiobooks, they prefer printed copies.

“We are working really hard to have a lot of digital materials available and many people use our different services and apps to listen to books on their phones or read e-books on their devices, but I was amazed to hear several customers, many of the children among them say that paper books are their favorites because they allow them to detach themselves from our increasingly electronic world and slow down to experience stories at a less frantic pace,” said Raphael.

To participate in the summer reading program, download the stack of beans app, search for Tulsa City-County Library and follow the prompts to create an account, or go to internet portal at tulsalibrary.beanstack.org.

alexia.aston@tulsaworld.com

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Johnson City woman found dead in Binghamton Creek https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/johnson-city-woman-found-dead-in-binghamton-creek/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 16:24:01 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/johnson-city-woman-found-dead-in-binghamton-creek/ Detectives have released the name of the woman whose body was found in a raging creek near a home in Binghamton. Authorities say the deceased has been identified as 64-year-old Debra Scott of Johnson City. A man who lives on Bayless Avenue in Binghamton found Scott’s body while walking near his home around 7:50 a.m. […]]]>

Detectives have released the name of the woman whose body was found in a raging creek near a home in Binghamton.

Authorities say the deceased has been identified as 64-year-old Debra Scott of Johnson City.

A man who lives on Bayless Avenue in Binghamton found Scott’s body while walking near his home around 7:50 a.m. Thursday.

The body of a Johnson City woman was discovered on June 2, 2022 in Bayless Creek in Binghamton. Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News

The body of a Johnson City woman was discovered on June 2, 2022 in Bayless Creek in Binghamton. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The resident told WNBF News he spotted the woman’s body face up with her arms outstretched in the air. He said her body was partially clothed and surrounded by tree trunks.

Water in Bayless Creek near the town of Binghamton Line ran fast after two strong thunderstorms the previous afternoon and evening.

The man said the body appeared battered, but investigators have given no indication of whether they believe Scott was attacked or how long she may have been dead before her body was discovered.

In a news release issued Monday, detectives said an autopsy was performed because Scott’s cause of death was “undetermined at this time.” It is not known if Scott was reported missing.

Those with information may contact the Binghamton Police Department Detective Agency at (607) 772-7080.

Contact WNBF news reporter Bob Joseph: bob@wnbf.com. Follow for breaking news and updates on story development @BinghamtonNow on twitter.

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Save on technology, household, clothing and toys https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/save-on-technology-household-clothing-and-toys/ Mon, 30 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/save-on-technology-household-clothing-and-toys/ — The recommendations are selected independently by the editors of Reviewed. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Make a splash this summer with hefty savings Walmart. Shop the Walmart Memorial Day Sale now for epic deals across all categories including grills, bikes, patio furniture and inflatable pool floats – everything […]]]>

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Does “3-7-77” have a special meaning in relation to Montana? https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/does-3-7-77-have-a-special-meaning-in-relation-to-montana/ Mon, 16 May 2022 11:00:54 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/does-3-7-77-have-a-special-meaning-in-relation-to-montana/ Have you ever noticed something and thought, “Well, what’s the story behind it?”. This is exactly what happened to me the other day while walking across the parking lot of my condominium. One of my neighbors is a Montana State Highway Patrol trooper, and when I saw the number “3-7-77” on the side of his […]]]>

Have you ever noticed something and thought, “Well, what’s the story behind it?”. This is exactly what happened to me the other day while walking across the parking lot of my condominium.

One of my neighbors is a Montana State Highway Patrol trooper, and when I saw the number “3-7-77” on the side of his MHP vehicle, it piqued my interest. What’s the story behind it? Why is this special number on the vehicles? I decided to see what I could find out and did a little google search to find an explanation.

That’s when things started to get interesting. You see, there are a few different stories behind the “3-7-77” and each has its own story related to the number. Overall, however, the number seems a little mysterious, and there are various theories as to what it could mean.

Let’s take a look at some of them.

Photo credit: Townsquare Media
Photo credit: Townsquare Media

Does the number “3-7-77” stand for vigilante?

Corresponding montanatrooper.com, the number could be a tribute to vigilantes and their history here in Montana. So what exactly is a vigilante? The Oxford definition is as follows:

“a member of a self-proclaimed group of citizens who conducts law enforcement in their community without legal authority, typically because legal authorities are deemed inadequate.”

Montana has a history of vigilantes and vigilante justice. Corresponding Legends of America, which dates back to the 19th century in Virginia City, Montana. The group was formed after a man was murdered. Fed up with a slow court, the newly formed “posse” and their supporters would take the law into their own hands and practice “pioneer justice” through multiple lynchings.

It was said that if you add the numbers 3 + 7 + 7 + 7 together you get 24, which would represent the 24 hours someone had to leave town before action would be taken. In fact, in Helena they celebrate the history of the vigilante with the Vigilante Day and the Vigilante Parade.

So, would that represent the number? The story of those early pioneers who stood up and took matters into their own hands to keep their community safe?

Does the number “3-7-77” represent a tomb?

Some say the number actually represents a tomb, or at least the dimensions of one. The theory goes that a tomb is 3 feet wide, 7 feet deep, and 77 inches long. Corresponding southwestmt.comthe number is even mentioned in the movie “A River Runs Through It” when Norman alludes to the number and a grave.

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Ok, that’s certainly an interesting theory and frankly a little creepy. However, would it make sense that the Montana Highway Patrol would have the dimensions of a grave on their vehicles? Or the patches on their uniforms?

Does the number “3-7-77” represent Freemasonry?

So here comes a little twist. One of the theories behind the number combination goes back to Freemasonry, although there seems to be disagreement about its origin.

In an article and podcast on skeptoid.com, Brian Dunning really goes into great detail on the number and the possible Masonic connection. Dunning writes that there are a few possible connections to the number and to Freemasonry.

First, he refers to an article written by historian Rex Myers for Montana in 1974: The Magazine of Western History. Myers goes on to write the following:

“The 3 referred to the three Minnesota immigrants who founded Montana’s first lodge in 1862; the 7 referred to seven prominent Virginia City Freemasons who formed a vigilance committee and signed an oath in 1863; and the 77 represented a Freemason named Bell who died of fever in 1862 plus the 76 others said to have attended his funeral.

The Freemason’s Museum displays a 150-year collection of Masonic jewels
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As you can see, there are different ideas about what the number means and the stories behind it. But what is the real answer? what does it really mean That seems to be a question that many people have an opinion on. One thing is for sure, whatever the number “3-7-77” represents, the story behind it is definitely interesting.

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Two other Superstorm Sandy contractors plead guilty to theft https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/two-other-superstorm-sandy-contractors-plead-guilty-to-theft/ Wed, 11 May 2022 14:14:13 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/two-other-superstorm-sandy-contractors-plead-guilty-to-theft/ Two overseas men are the latest to get in trouble with the law after committing a theft related to Superstorm Sandy repairs in New Jersey. On Tuesday, Ocean County Attorney Bradley Billhimer announced that John Bishop, 57, of Celebration, Fla., and his business partner, Paul Rueda, 50, of San Diego, Texas, both pleaded guilty to […]]]>

Two overseas men are the latest to get in trouble with the law after committing a theft related to Superstorm Sandy repairs in New Jersey.

On Tuesday, Ocean County Attorney Bradley Billhimer announced that John Bishop, 57, of Celebration, Fla., and his business partner, Paul Rueda, 50, of San Diego, Texas, both pleaded guilty to theft by default, the to make the necessary injunction, pleaded guilty .

We are approaching the 10th anniversary of when Super Storm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore in so many ways and in the time since the storm hit there has been and still is a need for repairs.

Unfortunately, at the same time, there were numerous contractors who took advantage of unsuspecting victims and either failed to do the job they were contracted and hired to do, or in such cases stole money from people.

According to prosecutor Billhimer, Bishop and Rueda conducted their heists from October 2014 through May 2017, stealing funds through their contractor company, John Paul Building, LLC, which they operated during that time, having incorporated the company in November 2012.

They harassed six homeowners during the route through Ocean, Monmouth and Middlesex counties, the Ocean County Attorney’s Office of Economic Crimes learned through its investigation.

Bishop and Rueda allegedly contracted their company, John Paul Builders, LLC, to fix the homes of people they hired and even collected more than $350,000 in payments, which both men said they would use to complete the projects, prosecutor Billhimer said.

As with other cases of fraud and theft, Bishop and Rueda were paid but did little to no work, and then the firm suddenly dissolved.

Then Rueda decided to start a new company, “PKR Construction,” and continued his program by signing contracts with four homeowners between July 2016 and May 2017, and his new company received $363,575 from the homeowners.

Some work was done by the company, but ultimately Rueda never completed the projects.

At the July 15 sentencing of the two men, prosecutor Billhimer said the state would recommend a four-year sentence for Bishop and five years for Rueda.

In addition, Bishop will pay the victims $178,425 in compensation under a plea agreement, and Rueda will do the same, but for $542,800.

Prosecutor Billhimer said Ocean County Attorney Christopher Heisler is handling the case on behalf of the state.

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Red Grapes, Salmon, Italian Sausage, Fruit Cups :: WRAL.com https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/red-grapes-salmon-italian-sausage-fruit-cups-wral-com/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 23:32:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/red-grapes-salmon-italian-sausage-fruit-cups-wral-com/ Lidl have some very impressive weekend deals on Saturday and Sunday including red seedless grapes, Italian sausage, wild-caught salmon, fruit cups and more! weekend deals These offers are only valid from April 30th to May 1st, 2022. Red seedless grapes, $0.99/lb, limit 10 lbs Fruit Cup, Your Choice of Diced Pear, Cherry, Tropical Fruit or […]]]>

Lidl have some very impressive weekend deals on Saturday and Sunday including red seedless grapes, Italian sausage, wild-caught salmon, fruit cups and more!

weekend deals

These offers are only valid from April 30th to May 1st, 2022.

Red seedless grapes, $0.99/lb, limit 10 lbs

Fruit Cup, Your Choice of Diced Pear, Cherry, Tropical Fruit or Pineapple Treat, 15.9 oz, BOGO (reg. price $2.44), Limit 10

Lidl Preferred Selection Cheese, Asiago or Manchego, 5.2 – 7 oz., $2.49, Limit 2

Premio™ Italian Sausage, choose sweet or spicy, 16 ounces, 2 for $5

Frozen Wild Caught Pink Salmon Fillets, 32 oz, $5.99, Limit 4

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Cat toy, you choose, $1.99

Dog accessories, choose from tooth chew toy, treat dispenser ball, collapsible travel bowl or pet hair removal brush, $3.99

Dog T-Shirts, $4.99

Adult Pet Appreciation T-Shirts, $4.99

Scratching house for summer cats, $9.99

Electronic Motion Cat Toy, $12.99

Knock Out® Rose, 8.5″m 2 for $25

Hybrid Tea Rose, 10.5″, 2 for $35

Offers valid all week

These offers are valid from April 27th to May 3rd, 2022.

10 for $10 promotion

You must buy 10 to get $1 each, including select diced tomatoes, chicken broth, signature pizza sauce, plain breadcrumbs, beef broth, vegetable broth, butter syrup, sparkling mineral water. Limit 30. You can mix and match.

To produce

Mango, $0.69 each for myLidl members, limit 8

Vine tomatoes, $1.19/lb for myLidl members, limit 10 lbs

Red Onions, 2 pounds, $1.89, limit 5

Mini avocados, 6 pack, $2.29, for myLidl members, limit 5

French green beans, 1 pound, $2.99

Navel Oranges, 4 lbs, $3.99, Limit 5

meat seafood

Gold Leaf® Chicken Thigh Quarters, $0.49/lb, sold in a 10 lb pack. for $4.90

Steakhouse Naturals® Grass-Fed Angus Ground Beef, 85% Lean, $3.99, Limit 4

Frozen Meatballs, 32 oz, $4.49 for myLidl members, limit 4

Old Neighborhood® Shaved Beef Steak, 14 oz, $4.49, Limit 4

Northern Chef® Frozen Seafood for Tacos, Wild Baja Shrimp or Tilapia, 10 ounces, $5.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

Whole Chilean salmon fillet, with skin, $6.99/lb

Cod fillets, $7.99/lb

TenderBison® All Natural New York Strip, 8 oz, $9.99 for myLidl members

Cox Frozen Raw Shelled Deveined Gulf Shrimp, 12 oz, $5.99

Uncured Bacon, Family Size, 40 oz, $14.99

Impossible™ Burger, 12 oz, $3.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Impossible™ Burger Patties, 8 oz, $3.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Chilled and frozen

Queso Fresco, 10 oz, $1.99, Limit 4

Large Grazing Eggs, Grade A, 12 pieces, $3.99

Gelatelli Frozen Treats, Assorted, $1.99

Lidl Preferred Selection Frozen Tiramisu, 17.6 oz, $4.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

The Cheesecake Factory at Home™ Original Cheesecake, 34 oz, $14.84

Stable without refrigeration

Black beans, no added salt, $0.50 for myLidl members, limit 8

Canned beans, cannellini, or crimson kidneys, 15-15.5 ounces, $0.50 for myLidl members, limit 8

Buns, 4 for $2, limit 12

Just Add™ Quick Mix, Choices, $0.99

Tabasco® Pepper Sauce, 2 fl oz, $1.06

Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke®, Sprite® or Fanta® Orange Lemonade, 2 liters, 4 for $5

Baguette, $1.29 each, limit 6

Large flour tortillas, 20 oz, $1.29 for myLidl members, limit 12

Medium Flour Tortillas, 17.5 oz, $1.29 for myLidl members, limit 12

Goya® Coconut Cream, 15 ounce can, $1.49 for myLidl members, Limit 2

Small Fajita Flour Tortillas, 26 ounces, 2 for $3 when buying 2 for myLidl members, limit 12

Taco Dinner Kit, 10.4 oz, $1.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Tex-Mex Salsa, Salsa Verde, 16 oz, $1.99, Limit 2

Taco Bell® Cheddar Chips, 2 ounces, $2.78

Table Talk Old Fashioned Pie, Lemon Crunch or Peach, 24 oz, $3.49

On the Border® Tortilla Chips, Cafe Style®, 22.25 oz, $3.79

Goya Canilla® Infused Rice, 5lb, $3.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

English Breakfast Tea, 40 pack, $5.99

Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish® Crackers, 30 oz, Assortment, $6.98

Albert’s® Dozen Belgian Milk Chocolate Blossoms, $6.99

Organic Vermont Gold Maple Syrup, Family Size, 32 oz, $12.99

Flower

Annuals, $5.99

Juicy, $5.99

Hanging flower basket, you choose, $7.99

Strawberry Hanging Basket, $8.99

Tomato Hanging Basket, $8.99

Azalea, $9.99

Large tomato and pepper plant with trellis, $9.99

Non food

Unique® Fiesta Tableware, Lunch Napkin, Beverage Napkin, Dinner Plate, Dessert Plate or Tablecloth Choice, $0.79

Frying pan, skillet, tray, waffle maker, baking pan, collapsible food storage containers, cake carrier

Fiesta t-shirts, taco socks, beer logo caps, men’s flip flops, women’s sandals, slippers, tank tops, rompers, jean shorts

Raised bed, garden bag, sweeper, water broom set, gardening gloves, pressure sprayer, solar lights, glow in the dark pebbles, hiking backpack, rain poncho

* There is a limit to the number of sale items you can purchase for many items listed in the ad. Be sure to check out the ad so you know all the limits.

* With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offers, one product rings at full price and then one is free. You must buy both to get the selling price.

*Offers posted above are for one location in Cary, NC. Check your local ad to check prices. This list is not a price guarantee.

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Shop Details

Voucher policy: Lidl stores do not accept manufacturer coupons. They offer shop coupons in the Lidl app.

BOGO offers: With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offers, one product rings at full price and then one is free. You must buy both to get the selling price.

myLidl premiums: Join the Lidl Rewards Program to get coupons and special discounts. You can sign up via their app or sign up for a myLidl account online and enter your phone number at checkout.

Payment Methods: Lidl accepts cash, credit cards, debit cards. They don’t accept checks.

Bags: Bring your own bags. They don’t offer free bags.

Lidl store details from their press release:

Newly Built, Beautiful Stores and Easy-to-Shop Layouts: All of the Lidl stores opening this summer will be newly constructed facilities that feature a manageable, easy-to-shop 20,000-square-foot layout with only six aisles.

Fresh Baked Goods: Customers are greeted every day with the smell of top quality Lidl bread and pastries, freshly baked throughout the day. There is a bakery at the entrance of each shop.

Healthy, Sustainable Choices: Lidl is committed to offering a wide range of healthy and sustainable options. All fresh and frozen seafood in Lidl’s daily range is sustainably certified by either the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) or the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). Lidl’s premium private label products contain no certified synthetic colors, MSG or partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) that contain trans fats.

Organic and gluten-free options: Lidl carries a variety of organic and gluten-free items, including organic fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, and packaged groceries, all available at the lowest possible prices.

Lidl quality products: Around 90 percent of the high-quality groceries available from Lidl will be exclusive branded products. Every product on Lidl shelves undergoes rigorous testing to ensure it meets our high quality standards. Several items have already received recognition in the United States, including award-winning cheeses recognized at the 2017 Los Angeles International Dairy Competition and a line of baby products that received the Parent-Tested, Parent-Approved seal of approval.

Lidl Surprises: Every week, Lidl offers an ever-changing selection of non-food products that are available in stores for a limited time. The selection includes fitness equipment, small kitchen appliances, toys and garden furniture, among other non-food items.

Lidl operates more than 10,000 stores in 27 countries across Europe, offering its customers fresh produce, meat, baked goods and a wide range of household products of the highest quality at the lowest possible prices. Lidl first established its US headquarters in June 2015 in Arlington County, Virginia. The company has since announced regional headquarters and distribution centers in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Alamance County, North Carolina and Cecil County, Maryland.

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Chicken Quarters, Meatballs, Salmon, Grapes, Mangoes, Fruit Cups :: WRAL.com https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/chicken-quarters-meatballs-salmon-grapes-mangoes-fruit-cups-wral-com/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 20:22:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/chicken-quarters-meatballs-salmon-grapes-mangoes-fruit-cups-wral-com/ Lidl has new offerings starting April 27, including chicken quarters, meatballs, mangoes, red grapes, salmon, Italian sausage, fruit cups, canned beans, tortillas, rice and more. The offers listed below are valid at one location in Cary, NC. Check your local ad to check prices. This list is not a price guarantee. weekend deals These offers […]]]>

Lidl has new offerings starting April 27, including chicken quarters, meatballs, mangoes, red grapes, salmon, Italian sausage, fruit cups, canned beans, tortillas, rice and more.

The offers listed below are valid at one location in Cary, NC. Check your local ad to check prices. This list is not a price guarantee.

weekend deals

These offers are only valid from April 30th to May 1st, 2022.

Red seedless grapes, $0.99/lb, limit 10 lbs

Fruit Cup, Your Choice of Diced Pear, Cherry, Tropical Fruit or Pineapple Treat, 15.9 oz, BOGO (reg. price $2.44), Limit 10

Lidl Preferred Selection Cheese, Asiago or Manchego, 5.2 – 7 oz., $2.49, Limit 2

Premio™ Italian Sausage, choose sweet or spicy, 16 ounces, 2 for $5

Frozen Wild Caught Pink Salmon Fillets, 32 oz, $5.99, Limit 4

.

Cat toy, you choose, $1.99

Dog accessories, choose from tooth chew toy, treat dispenser ball, collapsible travel bowl or pet hair removal brush, $3.99

Dog T-Shirts, $4.99

Adult Pet Appreciation T-Shirts, $4.99

Scratching house for summer cats, $9.99

Electronic Movement Cat Toy, $12.99

Knock Out® Rose, 8.5″m 2 for $25

Hybrid Tea Rose, 10.5″, 2 for $35

Offers valid all week

These offers are valid from April 27th to May 3rd, 2022.

10 for $10 promotion

You must buy 10 to get $1 each, including select diced tomatoes, chicken broth, signature pizza sauce, plain breadcrumbs, beef broth, vegetable broth, butter syrup, sparkling mineral water. Limit 30. You can mix and match.

To produce

Mango, $0.69 each for myLidl members, limit 8

Vine tomatoes, $1.19/lb for myLidl members, limit 10 lbs

Red Onions, 2 pounds, $1.89, limit 5

Mini avocados, 6 pack, $2.29, for myLidl members, limit 5

French green beans, 1 pound, $2.99

Navel Oranges, 4 lbs, $3.99, Limit 5

meat seafood

Gold Leaf® Chicken Thigh Quarters, $0.49/lb, sold in a 10 lb pack. for $4.90

Steakhouse Naturals® Grass-Fed Angus Ground Beef, 85% Lean, $3.99, Limit 4

Frozen Meatballs, 32 oz, $4.49 for myLidl members, limit 4

Old Neighborhood® Shaved Beef Steak, 14 oz, $4.49, Limit 4

Northern Chef® Frozen Seafood for Tacos, Wild Baja Shrimp or Tilapia, 10 ounces, $5.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

Whole Chilean salmon fillet, with skin, $6.99/lb

Cod fillets, $7.99/lb

TenderBison® All Natural New York Strip, 8 oz, $9.99 for myLidl members

Cox Frozen Raw Shelled Deveined Gulf Shrimp, 12 oz, $5.99

Uncured Bacon, Family Size, 40 oz, $14.99

Impossible™ Burger, 12 oz, $3.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Impossible™ Burger Patties, 8 oz, $3.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Chilled and frozen

Queso Fresco, 10 oz, $1.99, Limit 4

Large Grazing Eggs, Grade A, 12 pack, $3.99

Gelatelli Frozen Treats, Assorted, $1.99

Lidl Preferred Selection Frozen Tiramisu, 17.6 oz, $4.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

The Cheesecake Factory at Home™ Original Cheesecake, 34 oz, $14.84

Stable without refrigeration

Black beans, no added salt, $0.50 for myLidl members, limit 8

Canned beans, cannellini, or crimson kidneys, 15-15.5 ounces, $0.50 for myLidl members, limit 8

Buns, 4 for $2, limit 12

Just Add™ Quick Mix, Choices, $0.99

Tabasco® Pepper Sauce, 2 fl oz, $1.06

Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke®, Sprite® or Fanta® Orange Lemonade, 2 liters, 4 for $5

Baguette, $1.29 each, limit 6

Large flour tortillas, 20 oz, $1.29 for myLidl members, limit 12

Medium Flour Tortillas, 17.5 oz, $1.29 for myLidl members, limit 12

Goya® Coconut Cream, 15 ounce can, $1.49 for myLidl members, Limit 2

Small Fajita Flour Tortillas, 26 ounces, 2 for $3 when buying 2 for myLidl members, limit 12

Taco Dinner Kit, 10.4 oz, $1.99 for myLidl members, limit 4

Tex-Mex Salsa, Salsa Verde, 16 oz, $1.99, Limit 2

Taco Bell® Cheddar Chips, 2 ounces, $2.78

Table Talk Old Fashioned Pie, Lemon Crunch or Peach, 24 oz, $3.49

On the Border® Tortilla Chips, Cafe Style®, 22.25 oz, $3.79

Goya Canilla® Infused Rice, 5lb, $3.99 for myLidl members, Limit 4

English Breakfast Tea, 40 pack, $5.99

Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish® Crackers, 30 oz, Assortment, $6.98

Albert’s® Dozen Belgian Milk Chocolate Blossoms, $6.99

Organic Vermont Gold Maple Syrup, Family Size, 32 oz, $12.99

Flower

Annuals, $5.99

Juicy, $5.99

Hanging flower basket, you choose, $7.99

Strawberry Hanging Basket, $8.99

Tomato Hanging Basket, $8.99

Azalea, $9.99

Large tomato and pepper plant with trellis, $9.99

Non food

Unique® Fiesta Tableware, Lunch Napkin, Beverage Napkin, Dinner Plate, Dessert Plate or Tablecloth Choice, $0.79

Frying pan, skillet, tray, waffle maker, baking pan, collapsible food storage containers, cake carrier

Fiesta t-shirts, taco socks, beer logo caps, men’s flip flops, women’s sandals, slippers, tank tops, rompers, jean shorts

Raised bed, garden bag, sweeper, water broom set, gardening gloves, pressure sprayer, solar lights, glow in the dark pebbles, hiking backpack, rain poncho

* There is a limit to the number of sale items you can purchase for many items listed in the ad. Be sure to check out the ad so you know all the limits.

* With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offers, one product rings at full price and then one is free. You must buy both to get the selling price.

*Offers posted above are for one location in Cary, NC. Check your local ad to check prices.

.

Shop Details

Voucher policy: Lidl stores do not accept manufacturer coupons. They offer shop coupons in the Lidl app.

BOGO offers: With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offers, one product rings at full price and then one is free. You must buy both to get the selling price.

myLidl premiums: Join the Lidl Rewards Program to get coupons and special discounts. You can sign up via their app or sign up for a myLidl account online and enter your phone number at checkout.

Payment Methods: Lidl accepts cash, credit cards, debit cards. They don’t accept checks.

Bags: Bring your own bags. They don’t offer free bags.

Lidl store details from their press release:

Newly Built, Beautiful Stores and Easy-to-Shop Layouts: All of the Lidl stores opening this summer will be newly constructed facilities that feature a manageable, easy-to-shop 20,000-square-foot layout with only six aisles.

Fresh Baked Goods: Customers are greeted every day with the smell of top quality Lidl bread and pastries, freshly baked throughout the day. There will be a bakery at the entrance of each shop.

Healthy, Sustainable Choices: Lidl is committed to offering a wide range of healthy and sustainable options. All fresh and frozen seafood in Lidl’s daily range is sustainably certified by either the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) or the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). Lidl’s high-quality private label products contain no certified synthetic colors, no MSG or partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) that contain trans fats.

Organic and gluten-free options: Lidl carries a variety of organic and gluten-free items, including organic fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, and packaged groceries, all available at the lowest possible prices.

Lidl quality products: Around 90 percent of the high-quality groceries available from Lidl will be exclusive branded products. Every product on Lidl shelves undergoes rigorous testing to ensure it meets our high quality standards. Several items have already received recognition in the United States, including award-winning cheeses recognized at the 2017 Los Angeles International Dairy Competition and a line of baby products that received the Parent-Tested, Parent-Approved seal of approval.

Lidl Surprises: Every week, Lidl offers an ever-changing selection of non-food products that are available in stores for a limited time. The selection includes fitness equipment, small kitchen appliances, toys and garden furniture, among other non-food items.

Lidl operates more than 10,000 stores in 27 countries across Europe, offering its customers fresh produce, meat, baked goods and a wide range of household products of the highest quality at the lowest possible prices. Lidl first established its US headquarters in June 2015 in Arlington County, Virginia. The company has since announced regional headquarters and distribution centers in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Alamance County, North Carolina and Cecil County, Maryland.

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