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Old 01-19-2007, 02:31 PM
 
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I found a great little store in Johnson City/Boones Creek/Gray area. They have discount groceries and other non food items as well. Would be great for people on a fixed income or for people on food stamps looking to get more for their money.

Its call H&H Discount Grocery, its one block North from Zaks (across from Pizza Plus) in Boones Creek, I think the number there is 423-283-4506 if you need to call for directions. They take Food Stamps and Visa/Mastercard.

Good place if you wanna save some money, I think its about 50% less that what you can buy the same stuff for at say walmart. It in NE TN Area.
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Old 01-19-2007, 04:57 PM
 
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I found a great little store in Johnson City/Boones Creek/Gray area. They have discount groceries and other non food items as well. Would be great for people on a fixed income or for people on food stamps looking to get more for their money.

Its call H&H Discount Grocery, its one block North from Zaks (across from Pizza Plus) in Boones Creek, I think the number there is 423-283-4506 if you need to call for directions. They take Food Stamps and Visa/Mastercard.

Good place if you wanna save some money, I think its about 50% less that what you can buy the same stuff for at say walmart. It in NE TN Area.
My goodness, that's quite a promotional. Do you or someone you know work there or something? 50 percent less??
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Old 02-14-2007, 06:50 PM
 
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What a nice thread, Mrshoilman. Very thoughtful to share this money-saving info with anyone who is interested. Another reason why I am seriously considering a permanent move to NE TN. Born and raised in Indiana, I am accustomed to helpful, considerate, and thoughtful people who are always looking out for their neighbors. Thank you!
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Old 03-12-2007, 05:13 PM
 
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Actually JMT is was not a "Promotion" for myself.. I see you are in knoxville. You can probably check out damage recovery systems in Alcola (sp?) TN near you for some great deals.

H&H Grocery advertises as 30 to 50% average savings but any savings is GREAT for me!!!
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Old 04-05-2007, 04:21 PM
 
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I have been a lurker on the site for many months but would like to say I saw this post and went by there and they had some nice prices. The girl working said they would be getting more frozen foods in soon. I didnt think i would be that big of a price difference but I was suprised. I got some cereal for 1.25 a box. nice.... I shall return!
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