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FORT LEE, Va.  Eleven military communities have been chosen to host the 2017 football ProCamps events for boys and girls.
Winning installations qualified for a camp based on purchases of select items, like Tide, Bounty, Charmin, Head & Shoulders and Old Spice in their local commissaries from March through April. The two-day events are sponsored by Procter and Gamble in partnership with the Defense Commissary Agency and are open for first through eighth grade youth of active duty military, reservists, retirees, and DOD civilian employees.
This years 11 ProCamps sites are as follows: Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas; Fort Drum, New York; Randolph Air Force Base, Texas; Robins Air Force Base, Georgia; Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi; Naval Base San Diego, California; Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma; Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Naval Support Activity Mid-South (Memphis), Tennessee; Hickam Air Force Base, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii; and Langley Air Force Base, Virginia.
We are so excited to announce this years ProCamps locations, said Sallie Cauthers, DeCAs marketing and mass media specialist. Our communities, especially the children, benefit from our partnership with industry that brings these football stars to their installations. At the same time, our commissary patrons save significantly on quality products versus what theyd have to pay outside the gate.
This marks the fifth year P&G has partnered with the commissary to run the NFL Military ProCamps program at installations worldwide, said Molly Fanning of ProCamps. We are so excited to continue to grow the program with top NFL athletes.
ProCamps manages and operates sports camps around the world led by professional athletes. This year theyve already conducted camps overseas for military children in the Kaiserslautern Military Community (Germany). At the end of July they will run a camp in the Far East at Camp Humphreys in South Korea.
These camps teach the fundamentals of football, teamwork and how to make new friends, Fanning said. By the end of summer we will have executed more than 50 camps for military youth. We are excited to continue to support military families through this program.
For more information about the camps being held at selected sites, contact your local youth sports office or visit your commissary for camp details.

ProCamps Schedule
" June 16-17: Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Andre Roberts wide receiver, Atlanta Falcons; Day 1, 4-7 p.m.; Day 2, 9 a.m. - noon; commissary meet and greet: June 16, 2:30 p.m.

" June 19-20: Fort Drum, New York, Alejandro Villanueva, offensive lineman, Pittsburgh Steelers; Day 1: 5-8 p.m.; Day 2: 5-8 p.m.; commissary meet and greet: June 20, 3:30 p.m.

" June 26-27: Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, Terrance Williams, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys; Day 1: 1-4 p.m.; Day 2: 9 a.m. - noon; commissary meet and greet: June 26, 4:30 p.m.

" June 30 - July 1: Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Steve Smith Sr., NFL Network analyst and former wide receiver for Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens; Day 1: 1-4 p.m.; Day 2: 9 a.m. - noon; commissary meet and greet: June 30, 4:30 p.m.




Buy Club Packs for Large Items at Large Savings...

Commissary shoppers are discovering the benefits of "club packs" in increasing numbers. Commissaries began selling popular products in bulk three years ago, and sales have gained momentum ever since. Club packs allow customers to stock up on products they need all the time - things like canned goods, paper products, and cleaning supplies - and save money in the process. A majority of commissaries sell at least some of the club packs, even overseas stores; and variety is determined by store size and customer need. Club pack selection includes the most popular products people want to buy with top sellers including water, toilet paper, paper towels, and sanitizing wipes.
WI-FI available in store, now our patrons, employees, contractors and other visitors, will be able to use their smart phone and tablets inside our store to save money while they shop to access a wealth of information on www.commissaries.com

Your Randolph Commissary has a fresh SALAD BAR which is located in the produce department in front of the deli/bakery. What better lunch than a freshly prepared salad made by you? (Price is per pound).

Early Bird Shopping!!
DeCA agency has an established standard procedure governing the early bird shopping program at commissaries world-wide in which the stores must work within. Between the hours of 0700 0900, Monday through Friday, the store may be open to allow customers to purchase 20 items or less using the self-checkout registers. A customer service representative will also be made available to answer customers' queries, check military IDs, and help with any problems that may arise during check-out. At 0900, normal regular opening times for the store, cashiers are scheduled to be stationed at their registers. We appreciate your support of the Early Bird shopping program at your Randolph Commissary.

COMPLIMENTARY FROM MILLSTONE: From 0700-11:30 hrs, enjoy a free cup of coffee while you shop.

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We will like to welcome our new Grocery Dept. Manager, Mr. Leslie Wade!!!!

Randolph Commissary Hours of Operation for the following Holidays!!

Jul. 4, 2017 (Independence Day) 07:00-15:00 ***EARLY CLOSURE***
Sep. 4, 2017 (Labor Day) 07:00-15:00 ***EARLY CLOSURE***
Oct. 9, 2017 (Columbus Day) 07:00-15:00 ***EARLY CLOSURE***
Nov. 10, 2017 (Veteran's Day) 07:00-15:00 ***EARLY CLOSURE***
Nov. 23, 2017 (Thanksgiving Day) ***CLOSED***
Dec. 25, 2017 (Christmas Day) ***CLOSED***
Jan. 01, 2018 (New Years Day) ***CLOSED***

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-Scanning IDs
Commissaries around the world have begun scanning customers' Department of Defense ID cards at checkouts as the Defense Commissary Agency continues its pursuit to deliver a 21st century benefit. Commissary shoppers are used to showing their ID cards to establish their eligibility to use the commissary. By scanning the ID at checkout, DeCA will no longer need to maintain any personal information on customers in its computer systems, such as the system used for customers who write checks. Scanning will also help improve the commissary benefit for all patrons, according to Joseph H. Jeu, DeCA director and CEO.In addition to verifying customers as authorized commissary patrons, we'll gain information that will give us a better understanding of our patrons, allowing the agency to provide the commissary benefit more effectively and efficiently, Jeu said. Cross-referenced with other DOD data, the scan data will give DeCA useful information about patron usage, by military service, along with customer demographics that does not identify specific personal data of an individual. This will eventually help the agency identify shopping needs and preferences' information that is essential in today's retail business environment. It will also allow more accurate reporting to the military services on commissary usage.The demographic information DeCA will use is strictly limited to: card ID number, rank, military status, branch of service, age, household size and ZIP codes of residence and duty station. DeCA will not be using any personal information such as names, addresses or phone numbers. "The methods, processes and information we'll use will not compromise our customers' privacy"' they can be sure of that, Jeu said. We're putting technology to work to better understand our customers and ensure the commissary benefit continues to remain relevant to them now and in the future. For more information on ID card scanning, go to http://www.commissaries.com/documents/contact_deca/faqs/id_card_scanning.cfm.

Rewards Card
Make sure you come by your Randolph Commissary and start saving even more money with the new DeCA Reward Cards! The cards are available at the commissary and registration is easy: Register the card at http://www.commissaries.com/rewards/index.cfm. "Clip" or download coupons to your account (they are automatically loaded to your card). Print a list of your coupons and bring it and your card with you on your next shopping trip. Present your card at checkout so the cashier can scan it for coupons that match your purchased items. Digital coupons are automatically erased from the account as they are redeemed or if they expire. You can find more information here on the Commissary Rewards Card page. To reach a customer service hotline, call 855-829-6219 or email commissarysupport@inmar.com.

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GIVE THE GIFT OF GROCERIES - Your Randolph Commissary has Gift Cards available for purchase in increments of $25 and $50. Gift Cards can be purchased at any register, and can be used at any commissary.
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