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Biz briefs 5/29

Food Lion combines music and grilling in “Sounds of Sizzle” instant win game

Now through June 21, Food Lion is offering customers a chance to win $150 Ticketmaster Ticket Cash, an outdoor grill or a $100 Food Lion gift card through its “Sounds of Sizzle” instant win game.

To enter, customers must:

  1. Purchase five participating items using their MVP card
  2. Receive a game code at the register via a coupon printed at point of purchase
  3. Visit www.foodlion.com/sizzle to enter that code
  4. Choose which prize they want to play for and play the online game
  5. Find out instantly if they’re a winner

Customers can enter to win up to three times per day during the promotion period, but must do so in separate transactions or via the free, no purchase method of entry. A list of participating items can be found at www.foodlion.com/sizzle as well as an in-store booklet.

One Outdoor Grill Game Prize to be awarded in the form of one (1) $250 gift card to a select Home Improvement store. Limit one (1) Ticketmaster Ticket Cash™ code Game Prize, one (1) Outdoor Grill Game Prize, and one (1) Food Lion Card Game Prize per winner during the game period, while supplies last.

No purchase necessary. Get qualifying products, details, official rules and directions for No purchase entry at www.foodlion.com/sizzle.  Open to legal U.S. residents of DE, GA, KY, MD, NC, PA, SC, TN, VA or WV, 18+. Void where prohibited by law. Begins at 12:00 PM PT on May 25, 2016 and ends at 11:59 PM PT on June 21, 2016. Sponsor is Food Lion, LLC, 2110 Executive Drive, Salisbury, NC 28147.

The game and all accompanying materials are ©2016 Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved.

Live Nation, Ticketmaster Ticket Cash, and Ticketmaster are trademarks of Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.

Angels at Heart Home Care holds grand re-opening

Angels at Heart Home Care at 1400 N. Main St. will hold a grand re-opening ceremony on June 3 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

The home care agency offers companionship, sitter and personal care services, according to its website.

Attendees of the celebration will be able to learn more about the company and the different services provided.

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