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Kroger Health pushing Americans to get vaccinated by giving away $1 million every week

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INDIANA (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Kroger Health is pushing Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine by providing customers the opportunity to win prizes.

On Thursday, Kroger Health launched #CommunityImmunity Giveaway. This contest will provide customers and Kroger Family of Companies associates the opportunity to win life-changing prizes like one of five $1 million checks or one of 50 “groceries for a year.”

From June 3 through July 10, customers will be chosen every week.

According to organizers, this giveaway was organized to support the Biden Administration’s national effort to have at least 70% of U.S. adults receive their first COVID-19 vaccine dose by July 4. 

“Since day one of this pandemic, Kroger’s most urgent priority has been the health and safety of our associates, customers, and communities. Kroger’s #CommunityImmunity Giveaway is designed to inspire more adults to get vaccinated and help our area recover and move ahead.” 

Colleen Juergensen, president of Kroger Central Division

Here is how it works:

  • To enter, participants must be 18 years of age or older, and legally reside and physically be located in one of the 50 United States or Washington, D.C.
  • To enter online, entrants must receive or have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a Kroger Family Company location or by a Kroger Family Company healthcare professional at an off-site event. 
  • To schedule a vaccine, click here
  • The Kroger Family of Companies will continue to award a one-time payment of $100 to associates who become fully vaccinated. 

As of June 3, the Kroger Health’s organization’s pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and healthcare technicians have administered more than 4.7 million COVID-19 vaccines.

Click here to learn more about the giveaway.

Emilia Miles

Emilia Miles joined Fort Wayne’s NBC in September 2019 as a Social Media and Digital Content Manager. Emilia also serves as a producer. She’s a Fort Wayne native and graduated from Indiana University.

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