Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Thanks to the generosity of our shoppers, Bistro Market has helped to raise $16,542 for tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma. Your gifts have allowed Convoy of Hope to continue to provide emergency food, supplies and water to survivors and long-term help and hope to families in Moore.
To learn more about Convoy of Hope, click here.
Thursday, May 30th, 2013
As a result of our great partnership with Silver Dollar City, we’re pleased to announce an exclusive new ticket promotion!
Price Cutter $30 Thursdays at Silver Dollar City or White Water!
Shoppers of Bistro Market, Price Cutter, Country Mart, Ramey, Smitty’s, and Summer Fresh can purchase a ONE-Day ticket in the store to either Silver Dollar City or White Water and pay just $30 plus tax (adult or child). This represents a savings of between $4-$28 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased any day but can be used ONLY on any Thursday the park is open, now through October. See store for details.
So enjoy Silver Dollar City’s newest ride, Outlaw Run, while saving money with Price Cutter $30 Thursdays!
Click here to visit the Silver Dollar City website
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Springfield, MO (May 21, 2013). Bistro Market is partnering with the Convoy of Hope to accept donations for disaster relief in Moore, Oklahoma. Customers who wish to participate may add $1, $3 or $5 to their total at checkout. All 55 Pyramid Foods’ stores under the banners of Price Cutter, Bistro Market, Food Pyramid, Summer Fresh, Country Mart, Ramey, Smitty’s, Save-A-Lot, Escott’s and Ponca City Discount Foods will be participating in this program.
All the money raised will be given to Convoy of Hope, specifically designated for relief in Moore. This fund provides immediate relief to the victims of the tornado through various supplies, food, water and other support to help those in need.
Sunday, May 12th, 2013
From May 16-19, customers who purchase a pack of Starbucks VIA Iced Coffee or Starbucks VIA Caramel Flavored Iced Coffee will receive any Tall iced beverage free at the time of purchase! See store for details.
Friday, May 10th, 2013
This week are featuring some of our office staff and their personal stories about their moms. Here, Kelley shares her story.
Throughout the years my mother has displayed her quiet strength in the tough times and outright silliness in the good times.
No matter what the circumstance, she has made it through on the other end with a smile on her face. Through her faith in God, support of family and friends and just an overall great attitude she will keep on keeping on.
Growing up I can’t remember a time when my mother took a selfish moment for herself. She was always busy helping dad on the farm or raising us 4 kids. And, if I must be honest, we have all had our moments throughout the years that we have challenged my mother’s grace.
She displayed her quiet strength as she became a widow at a young age after my dad passed away of cancer. And her quiet strength was revisted after being diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years ago. I do remember, though seeing the fear in my mother’s eyes, as she received the news that she had cancer. But as soon as the game plan was presented to her by her doctor, she was ready to face it head on and we’re so happy to say that she is now cancer free.
She has always been a people person and truly enjoys an occasional dinner with a friend, attending the Garden Club meetings, Saturday night singing jamboree. I even have spoke with her on a few occasions when she is out shopping for herself. You deserve it mom.
Happy Mother’s Day.
I love you.
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
This week are featuring some of our office staff and their personal stories about their moms. Here, Anthony shares his story.
My name is Anthony and I am blessed to have Denise as my mom. With Mother’s Day approaching, I think about how my mom has made an impact on my life for 25 years. I would like to share 3 things she has taught me:
- “Joy” – My mom has such great joy in her heart, that it’s contagious to everyone she encounters. She has the ability to make you smile, laugh, and dance no matter where you are or what is going on. My mom has taught me that joy is needed in our lives and that’s important to share with others.
- “Be yourself” – My mom has always told my sisters and me to be ourselves. No matter what we were feeling or experiencing in life, just be you and others will love you for that. My mom sets this example every day.
- “Hard work” – My mom was a single mother when she raised us. She did everything she could to make sure we had a home, food, and fun in our lives. No matter how hard it was for her, she made it happen. She was committed to us kids because that is love.
I thank my mom for being such a great teacher and friend but most importantly being my “mama”.