New Kroger TV ads, OMG!

Create an Account or Log In

Membership is free. Simply choose your username, type in your email address, and choose a password. You immediately get full access to the forum.

Already a member? Log In.

I did not click the provided link because the address I have for the site does not have a period between the u and be. Has anyone experienced a problem?
I don't know how URL short links are generated, but this is a legitimate link and does not have any issues. If you want to read more about short links, here is another link: [blog.hootsuite.com]
@shopperbob wrote:

I did not click the provided link because the address I have for the site does not have a period between the u and be. Has anyone experienced a problem?

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
I really hate those commercials. Those cartoon people with the freakishly long necks creep me out.
So I was shopping there the other day and they had an announcement over the in store messaging system talking about their mystery shoppers and their produce. I overhear another customer saying they would love to learn more about the mystery shopping program and I just smiled to myself and kept right on going!

What's even funnier, is the produce department was an absolute mess with rotten berries and tomatoes and brown lettuce.
My granddaughter (three years old) likes the get lowlowlow commercial and does this crazy dance like the cartoon character!
Ultimate Cesear is the worst. Half the bag is yellow and half of the time the lettuce is rusty. I don't call that FRESH! lol.
@F and L TeleComm wrote:

Ultimate Cesear is the worst. Half the bag is yellow and half of the time the lettuce is rusty. I don't call that FRESH! lol.

And strawberries look bad almost all the time too!

So much for them rotating out various produce items!
I was also secret shopping my local Kroger when the in-store ad went over the loudspeaker. I had just finished the produce evaluation. Shhhhh! It's supposed to be SECRET!

OMG, I about died right there in the store.
Kroger pulled out of my area decades ago. It sure sounds like I wouldn't want to shop there.

Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product. Eleanor Roosevelt
I shop Ralph’s (a division of Kroger) and have never had a problem with the produce department or any other area of the store. The only issue was some employees not wearing their mask correctly. Like so many, they were not covering their nose. In the past few months I have seen this much less often and I like to think that my reports had something to do with that.
Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.

Click here to login