Here’s how to get free stuff at Whole Foods grand opening in Cobb

If you’ve ever driven around Kennesaw looking for just the right ancient grain — and who hasn’t? — then you’ll be happy to hear that you will have plenty of new options.

The Whole Foods Market at the Harry’s Crossing Shopping Center will close Oct. 5, but a new Whole Foods will open the next day at 1300 Ernest Barrett Pkwy.

And the new store’s Oct. 6 grand opening will feature some freebies.

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The 500 customers will get gift cards mostly ranging from $5 to $50, with one priced at $500, the company said in a news release.

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Whole Foods announced that it is donating five percent of sales on opening day to the Swift-Cantrell Park Foundation, which supports Kennesaw’s largest park.

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The 46,000-square-foot store will feature products from Cobb County businesses, like Marietta’s Williamson Bros. Bar-B-Q.

Before the grand opening, there will be a block party on Sept. 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. with music, activities from children and samples. You can register for that online.

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