Kroger Feedback – Participate in Kroger Customer Satisfaction Survey and Win Fuel Points
The Kroger Company founded in 1883 is a retailer which is America’s largest supermarket chain by income. Products sold by Kroger Co are mostly all the products you would find in a Convenience store.
Krogerfeedback is a customer satisfaction website where the customer gets to air their views and not only improve the quality of products and services offered but also gets an opportunity to win a Grand Prize of $5,000 in Kroger gift cards or 100 First prizes consisting of $100 Kroger gift card.
Additionally if you are a Kroger Plus Card member you get 50 fuel points for filling out the survey that is at the bottom of the receipt which translates to discounts on Kroger gas.
Requirements to fill the Kroger feedback survey
- You must be aged 18 years and above.
- You must be a legal resident of the U.S BUT not residing in Florida, New York and Rhode Island.
- You must not be an employee or affiliate of the company.
- Your immediate family members must not be working for Kroger.co or affiliates.
- You do not require to have purchased a product to win.
- You can only do one survey per receipt at krogerfeedback.com.
HOW TO FILL THE Kroger Feedback SURVEY?
- Go to www.krogerfeedback.com using your internet enabled device
- By referring to your receipt enter the date, time and entry ID (at the bottom of your receipt) and press start.
- Enter store number, terminal number and operator as asked.
- Answer the next questions as honestly and precisely as possible. They will only take about 5 minutes to complete.
- At the additional space, write comments about the quality of your experience.
- If you wish to enter the sweepstakes you will have to provide personal information like your name and address. If you do not wish to enter simply state that in the form.
Eligible winners will be contacted by email.
Remember you can repeat this process each time you get a receipt from Kroger Co. Visit krogerfeedback.com for more information.
Preserve America Summit
In cooperation with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and other federal and non-federal partners, this fall First Lady Laura Bush led a national Preserve America Summit to mark the 40th anniversary of the passage of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The national Preserve America Summit explored opportunities to build on the past achievements of the national historic preservation program and suggested ways to modernize the program for the future.
On October 18-20, 2006, Summit participants gathered in New Orleans, Louisiana, to review the major components of the national historic preservation program and propose a series of ideas to advance historic preservation programs and policy. We expect many of these ideas will help local communities throughout the United States take full advantage of existing preservation tools, as well as identify innovative concepts for future success.
Planning groups comprised of various federal agencies and public and private partners began meeting in April 2006 and identified 11 critical issue areas. Each area was assigned to one or more federal and non-federal co-chairs, who recommended and organized an expert panel of 10 to 15 experts who met during the summer of 2006.
These panels conferred and met prior to the Summit to determine the best way for their panel to proceed in developing concepts for their issue. Each of the 11 issue areas was tasked with identifying up to five ideas for consideration.
The 11 issue areas, with listings of their co-chairs and panelists, and the work of these expert panels is contained in the attached reports. These reports were discussed at the Summit breakout sessions, and the results of the sessions were presented in summary form on the last day of the Summit. Following the Summit, the reports were modified and finalized.
Public comments were accepted on these reports until January 16, 2007, and the public comment period is now closed. The reports and comments submitted will be considered by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation at its regular quarterly meeting, February 22-23, 2007, in Washington, D.C. Please visit www.preserveamerica.gov or www.achp.gov for further progress reports.