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Food Lion begins ‘Spooky Spectacular’ promotion

SALISBURY — Now through Nov. 1, Food Lion shoppers can win one of over 5,000 prizes in the grocer’s “Spooky Spectacular” promotion.

Customers will have the chance to instantly win $25 in Food Lion store credit and 10 grand prize winners will win $8,000 toward a family vacation.

Food Lion customers can enter Spooky Spectacular by purchasing five participating items using their MVP card by Nov. 1 and entering the game code received at checkout at www.foodlion.com/spooky by Nov. 15.  A list of participating items can be found online as well as in an in-store booklet, which also includes Halloween recipes.

MVP cardholders who win instantly will have $25 in Food Lion store credit loaded directly onto their MVP cards for use on a future shopping trip.  All who enter a game code will also be entered to win $8,000 toward a family vacation.

There is no purchase necessary to play. For more information about the free method of entry and official promotion rules, visit www.foodlion.com/spooky.

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