Clark’s Market Snowmass offers free delivery in offseason
To take some of the hassle out of grocery shopping, Clark’s Market is offering online shopping and delivery to guests.
Snowmass residents will receive free delivery through June 15 when they use the service with the code MYCLARKS. Shoppers can create a free account at http://www.clarksmarket.com and fill their electronic basket with Clark’s Market products.
Orders will be delivered between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day, and users can select a delivery time slot that will work best with their schedule. The service also allows shoppers to include special requests including how they would like their meat sliced or which substitutions can be made if an item is out of stock.
Clark’s Online shoppers have access to all sales and in-store promotions offered at Clark’s in Snowmass. Clark’s Online, Powered by Rosie, currently accepts all major credit cards and will soon accept EBT, WIC and PayPal orders.
“We believe grocery shopping shouldn’t be a chore, which is why we decided to offer Clark’s Online. Guests can shop whenever they want from wherever they are and have their groceries brought directly to them,” said Tom Clark, owner of Clark’s Market. “We love our shoppers and that’s why we’re offering Clark’s Online and free delivery to our Snowmass shoppers.”
Clark’s Online allows shoppers to do more than just order their groceries online. The app lets users create shopping lists, remembers frequently purchased items and can even send reminders to purchase a product when they are running low. Clark’s expects to reach new customers and better serve the Snowmass area through Clark’s Online.
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