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SITE SALE Marietta Georgia

Oct 20-22, 2016
Nov 17-19, 2016
Dec 15-17, 2016
Jan 19-21, 2017
Feb 16-18, 2017
Mar 16-18, 2017

Thursday 0900-1700
Friday 0900-1700
Saturday 0900-1600

We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming sale in Marietta.

If we can answer any of your questions, please call Kimberly A Graham at 478-222-7618 or Susan Edmonds at 478-926-3714.

I-75 North - take the Windy Hill Exit (# 260) and turn left onto Windy Hill Road. Drive approximately 1 mile. Then turn Right onto Cobb Parkway. Approximately 1/4 mile there will be a shopping Plaza on the Right (the Marietta Plaza). We will be located between the Burlington Coat Factory and the Wig Shop.
1901 Terrell Mill Rd.
Suit 200
Marietta, GA 30067


Fort Gordon Commissary Site Sale

Where: Fort Gillem
When: November 4 and 5 2016
Time: Friday 0900-1700
Saturday 0900-1600

5015 North 34th Street, Building 905
Forest Park, Georgia 30297-5122

For more information please call the Fort Gordon Commissary at (706) 791-3718


Patrons can also check out for Commissary Rewards Card coupons, the commissarys sales flyer and a list of Value Brand items designed to offer savings lower than or equal to commercial stores private label products. Also, the Exclusive Savings link,, has more coupons, specials, promotions, sales and healthy recipes.
Shoppers can also check whats on the end of the aisle for themed items with extra low pricing 


The Summer Smores Event is hosted worldwide through June by Hersheys Milk Chocolate, Honey Maid Grahams and Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows. See store displays for military-specific, instant redeemable coupons.

The Thinking Outside the Box meals section of DeCAs web site offers meal solutions for your busy lifestyle and you can feel confident knowing they are healthy and economical.
Many of the recipes feature a key nutrient and align with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.


Northland presents Drink To Pink event. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Apple and Eves Northland brand will donate 25 cents per bottle sold (up to $25,000) during October in stateside commissaries. All proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.


Kale  green food extraordinaire, will highlight National Kale Day, which is Oct. 5. From Oct. 3 to 9, commissaries worldwide will promote kale as one of the most nutritious and versatile leafy greens. Dr. Drew Ramsey, co-founder of National Kale Day, remarked, Weve seen what we call the kale army of loyal followers grow over the years, but to now actually have the support of military members and their family members getting involved in National Kale Day is so exciting and more than I could have ever hoped for. Commissaries will host in-store events that will include demos and special promotions plus a variety of recipes including kale smoothies, stir-fry and salads. Posters will feature information about the National Kale Day website that has more recipes, special prizes and giveaways.


We Honor and Thank You for All That You Do.

General Mills announces a customer appreciation event: We Honor and Thank You for All That You Do. From Sept. 26 through Oct. 23, commissaries will have General Mills store displays featuring high-value coupons; online they will offer Commissary Rewards Card coupons.


Quakers annual breakfast coupon bundling program runs from Sept. 26 through Oct. 23 featuring a buy any three participating Quaker products, save $2, offer. There are also recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner on various Quaker products.



Stock Your Pantry  The Great Grocery Giveaway. Oct. 10 - 23, shoppers can register to win one of 120 Commissary Gift Cards valued at $100 each. Winners will be selected at random from entries submitted online or via tear pads at stores worldwide.

Guten Tag

Oktoberfest Continues!

Through mid-October, commissary customers will find displays and coupons for imported items from Germany and other European countries. A full line of German products will be available including chocolates, cookies, sauerkraut, mustard, red cabbage, pickles, noodles, coffee and more.


Celebrate Family Values Sweepstakes.

Commissary Rewards Card users worldwide have a chance to win one of 30 $250 Commissary Gift Cards in the Celebrate Family Values Sweepstakes. Those who buy two Kimberly Clark products in one transaction from Sept. 15 to Oct. 23 and present their Commissary Rewards Cards at checkout, will be automatically entered to win. Details will be available Sept. 15 at

Urban Pie Pizza Company

Is offering $1off any one Urban Pie Premium Frozen Pizza when you use your Commissary Rewards Card from Oct. 1 to 15 at stores worldwide.

Football is here!!!

Football Stuff! Buy four Campbells Chunky soup or chili can items and enter for a chance to win a $100 NFL Gift Card when you use your Commissary Rewards Card. No purchase is necessary. Promotion runs worldwide Oct. 1 through Jan.3, 2017.

More Football Stuff! Oct.15  Nov. 15, Nabisco will offer a chance to win one of 20 pairs of tickets to the Army-Navy Game when you use your Commissary Rewards Card. The Dec. 10 game will be at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. Travel and hotel expenses are not included.



Thanksgiving holiday meal. Start asking for the free turkey coupon booklet around the last week of October to take advantage of over $59 in savings. Commissary customers worldwide will be able to use high-value coupons to receive a free Thanksgiving turkey. This years industry partners include Kraft Foods, General Mills, Heinz, P&G, Nabisco, Kelloggs, Johnsonville, Pepperidge Farm, Campbells, Frito Lay, Fresh Express and more. Turkey preparation tips and holiday recipes are also featured. Supplies of these booklets will be limited. Check out the customized turkey website at and


Italian & American Festival of Savings

Unilever presents Italian & American Festival of Savings from Sept. 26 through Oct. 9 worldwide. Look for coupon flyers and mass displays of Unilever brands: Hellmanns/Best Foods, Lipton, Knorr, Country Crock, Magnum, and Breyers as well as personal care brands including Dove, Vaseline, and TRESemme. A donation of up to $20,000 will be made to Fisher House based on sales."

"Unilever is offering its annual Italian & American Festival of Savings from Sept. 26 to Oct. 9. This years promotion features Unilever brands such as Hellmans, Lipton, Knorr and Breyers, as well as personal care brands such as Dove, St. Ives, Vaseline, Q-Tips and Tresemme. More than 150,000 high-value in-store coupon flyers will be distributed worldwide. Unilever will donate up to $20,000 to the Fisher House based on sales from this event.
A mobile application is available for patrons using the Apple iPhone. This application can be found in the app store on all iPhones and iPads, allowing patrons the ability to access their rewards card account, select coupons and, review clipped, redeemed and expired coupons.

COMPLIMENTARY FROM OVERSEAS CO.: Enjoy a free cup of coffee while you shop at your Robins AFB Commissary - Coffee Time 0900-1130.

MRE's: We carry MRE's as a regular stock item, located on aisle 8 next to the charcoal.

"Having a Party or Special Event"

Fruit baskets are available for your special event or for that special someone. Produce has all the goodness of fresh fruits and vegetables for your parties or dinners. Let them make your fruit and vegetable trays for your holiday meals and parties. A 24-hour notice is required. Call 478-222-7632.

Contact the Meat Department and place your meat order for that special dinner, cookouts/ etc. A 24-hr notice is greatly appreciated (depending on your needs, more notification may be required). Please call 478-222-7634. **Special order a whole pig for that really special occasion! We need 14 days to order. We can get two sizes whole small 20-35LBS and whole large 30-70lbs.

The Bakery can make that special cake, cupcakes and pastries, for your special occasions. They can creat muffin, cupcake,and cookies trays for your next party. A 24-hour notice is greatly appreciated. Please call 478-222-7663.

The Deli Department can have your Party Trays (Meat & Cheese) available for you to pick up within 24-hour notice. Special Order your Party Tray Today!. They also make sandwich trays. Call 478-222-7663.

Call the Sushi Department for your sushi needs. Fresh sushi trays are made on a daily basis. Call 478-222-7663 for any special requests. A 24-hour notification is appreciated.


Visitors are allowed to enter the commissary when accompanied by the sponsor/authorized commissary patron. Your guest/visitor will not be allowed to shop, but it's worth the privilege to have your friends see what great benefits you have for protecting our country's freedom. ONLY THE AUTHORIZED PURCHASER MAY BUY, so to protect your benefit, I.D. check will be verified at the cash register. Please help us to protect your number one non-paid military benefit.

If you would like to be placed on our email contact list to receive periodic information on events happening at your Robins AFB Commissary, please email us at: and type 'Subscribe-Robins' in the Subject line. For Marietta in subject line put 'Subscribe-Marietta". We will promptly add you to our contact list. We will send you notices of up-coming Sales, and send you the monthly Commissary News Letter. For Marietta we will send the shopping list and other information.

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Halloweeeeen! Get it while the gettin is goooood! There is still a lot of Halloween candy to be purchased before All Hallows Eve. Roam the spooky aisles of your local commissary and get your favorite treats before they disappear. The treats are located behind the self check outs

Happy Birthday

FORT LEE, Va.  Twenty-five years ago on Oct. 1, the Defense Commissary Agency took control of armed forces commissaries, worldwide.
The commissary benefit wasnt new in 1991, but it was the first time in history all military commissaries were managed by one agency. Since 1867, the benefit enabled armed forces personnel of all ranks to purchase food and household goods at a substantial savings, compared with civilian prices.
For years, each installation ran its own store, with minimal guidance from the service headquarters. After World War II, each service took a more active role in guiding commissary operations.
By the mid-1970s, each of the armed services had offices or agencies that were specifically dedicated to running retail commissaries: AFCOMS, the Air Force Commissary Service; NAVRESSO, the Navy Resale Services Support Office; TSA, the U. S. Army Troop Support Agency; and the Marine Corps Commissary Office.
As the Cold War ended, Congress began to anticipate the reduction of the Armed Forces, and their budgets; bases no longer needed would close, as would their stores.
Members of Congress wishing to protect the benefit thought it would be easier  and less costly  if all four services combined their operations under one roof  a purple agency with one budget to run all military commissaries.
In 1989, Congress formed a commission, led by Army Maj. Gen. Donald P. Jones, to conduct a study on the viability of such a system. The Jones Commission Report, as it was called, prompted Congress to merge the headquarters and region structures of the four systems into one.
At first, each service feared the merger would cause them to lose control over what they perceived as their benefit, and that one service or another might control the agency, to the detriment of the others.
Those fears proved to be false. The new defense agency was impartial to the services, thanks to the director, Army Maj. Gen. John P. Dreska, and a transition team of specialists from across the services commissary organizations.
Since then, eight directors or interim directors have led the agency in its mission of providing a commissary benefit to millions of authorized service members and their families.
A quarter of a century later, DeCA employees are proud of the agencys accomplishments. Much of what was done in 1991 has been improved, as DeCA adopted new and emerging methods and technologies. Todays commissaries have conveniences like self-checkouts, sushi bars, hot foods, deli-bakeries, credit and debit card acceptance, gift certificates and much more.
The history of DeCA has been one of adjusting to change, said current Director and CEO Joseph H. Jeu. This agency has excelled in turning challenges into opportunities to improve the commissary benefit for our patrons. Were proud of what we have accomplished, which is especially noteworthy when you consider how much has been done since our inception.
For 25 years, DeCA has made adjustments, as needed, to keep providing the benefit, even as stores closed due to base realignment and closure actions. Originally numbering 411 sales stores (plus another 17 grocery sections inside exchanges), there are now 238. But DeCAs newest stores are state of the art, and its older stores have received multiple upgrades.
Average customer savings increased as much as 10 percent in some locations. Industry supported the agency with great deals and prices, and DeCA developed new ways of doing business and reaching its customers. The Guard-Reserve on-site sales for customers who do not live near a commissary, is one obvious example.
Air Force Command Chief Master Sgt. Stuart M. Allison, the senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director, sees the work of DeCAs employees up close and personal. Hes also a dedicated commissary patron.
Since 1991, the Defense Commissary Agency has provided a highly valued military benefit to our troops and their families, he said. I appreciate my commissary benefit and salute the dedicated men and women who have delivered it for nearly a quarter of a century.

Be Prepaired

Planning for the worst is a no-brainer when you consider the recent weather events such as the historic flooding in southeast Louisiana.
National Preparedness Month in September draws attention to the wisdom of making an emergency plan for any crisis, said Defense Commissary Agency Sales Director Tracie Russ.
Whether its natural or manmade, a crisis doesnt conveniently occur on schedule, Russ said. So during National Preparedness Month we remind our patrons that they can use their commissary benefit and save money to prepare their survival kits.
Since April 1, DeCAs severe weather preparedness promotional package is offering various items at reduced prices until Oct. 31. This package includes: beef jerky and other assorted meat snacks, soup and chili mixes, canned goods, powdered milk, cereals, batteries, airtight bags, weather-ready flashlights, tape (all-weather, heavy-duty shipping and duct), first-aid kits, lighters, matches, lanterns, candles, hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes. Specific promotional items may vary from store to store.
The flooding in Louisiana has displaced thousands of people and emphasizes to us all the importance of being ready for the unexpected, Russ said. Thanks to our industry partners, commissaries are offering savings on many of the items our patrons need in an emergency.
National Preparedness Month coincides with the peak activity for hurricanes in the United States. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30, covering the North Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.
The emphasis on being prepared is echoed by the theme, Dont Wait, Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today, which encourages people to create an emergency plan and share it with their loved ones.
Commissary patrons can go to to learn more about specific disaster preparedness resources for emergencies.
Generally, emergency preparedness officials suggest having a disaster supply kit that includes the following items:
" Water  at least one gallon daily, per person (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
" Nonperishable foods  canned meats, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, raisins, cereal, crackers, cookies, energy bars, granola, peanut butter, and foods for infants and the elderly (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
" Paper goods  writing paper, paper plates, paper towels and toilet paper
" Cooking items  pots, pans, baking sheets, cooking utensils, charcoal, a grill and a manual can opener
" First-aid kit  including bandages, medicines and prescription medications
" Cleaning materials  bleach, sanitizing spray, and hand and laundry soap
" Specialty foods  diet and low-calorie foods and drinks
" Toiletries  personal hygiene items and moisture wipes
" Pet care items  food, water, muzzle, leash, carrier, medications, medical records, and identification and immunization tags
" Lighting accessories  flashlight, batteries, candles and matches
" Battery-powered or hand-crank radio (NOAA Weather Radio, if possible)
" Duct tape, scissors
" Multipurpose tool
" Copies of personal documents (medication list and pertinent medical information, proof of address, deed/lease to home, passports, birth certificates and insurance policies)
" Cell phone with chargers
" Family and emergency contact information
" Extra cash
" Emergency blanket
" Maps of the area
" Blankets or sleeping bags
For more information about National Preparedness Month, go to and
For more information on preparing for emergencies, go to the following websites:
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and;
the Centers for Disease Control,; the Red Cross,; and the Federal Emergency Management Agency,

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