Kroger is offering $ 1M prizes of free groceries for a year to get COVID-19 vaccinations

CINCINNATI (Enquirer) – Kroger is helping clients, workers, or individuals with the chance to win $ 1 million or free groceries for a year in National Initiative to Vaccinate 70% of Americans Against COVID-19 Media Partners The Enquirer.

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Kroger is launching its own “Vax-a-Million” competition, in which customers or employees can win $ 1 million or free groceries for a year.

The competition is being offered in collaboration with the Biden administration to bring the US to the cusp of herd immunity – where so many Americans are protected from the new coronavirus that it cannot spread.


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Starting next week, Kroger is offering 10 more winners a $ 1 million prize plus a separate year of free groceries. The grocer has five weekly draws and will eventually give away five $ 1 million prizes and a free year to 50 other winners.

Details and rules for The Community Immunity Giveaway campaign will be announced next week and promoted on social media using #CommunityImmunity. People who have already been vaccinated can also participate in the drawings.

Kroger has had COVID-19 vaccinations since December and has distributed more than 4.6 million doses to date.

Kroger officials say the program hatched after the Biden government asked how more Americans could be vaccinated. Kroger officials said the company is paying for the program itself and will not receive taxes or other incentives from the government to keep the giveaway.

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