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SITE SALE Marietta Georgia

Aug 18-20 2016
Sep 15-17 2016
Oct 20-22 2016
Nov 17-19 2016
Dec 15-17 2016

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

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 

Honoring Our Heroes. Gatorade is honoring military members during this worldwide contest from May 1 to Aug. 28.Heres how: Commissary patrons can go to and explain in 200 words who they feel deserves to win this contest. Potential honorees can include active and veteran military patrons, spouses, their families, friends, neighbors or organizations that benefit the military community. There are eight grand prize levels featuring cash and Commissary Gift Cards. Each participant who submits an essay online will get a free Gatorade product commissary coupon as a special thank you. In addition, all winners will be recognized at their commissary and on Check out displays in commissaries for more details.

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.

August promotions yield savings for commissary patron
August means Back to School savings at commissaries around the world and the return of the popular Customer Appreciation Case Lot Sales in the states. The lineup of promotions for August gives our customers plenty of reasons to shop their commissary for great deals that help them stretch their paychecks, said Tracie Russ, the Defense Commissary Agencys director of sales.
Each month, commissaries collaborate with their industry partners  vendors, suppliers and brokers  to offer discounts and special events. Shoppers can also check out for Commissary Rewards Card coupons, the commissarys sales flyer and a list of Commissary Value Brand items. Overseas stores may have substitute events for certain promotional programs. Patrons should check their commissary for dates and times.

Commissary patrons help drive Feds Feed Families support
Last year was a banner year for the Feds Feed Families campaign. The Department of Defense collected more than 3.2 million pounds of food and personal hygiene items for donation to local food banks and pantries. Stateside commissary employees and their patrons contributed almost 50 percent or a whopping 1.6 million pounds of DODs total. The Feds Feed Families campaign runs June through Aug. 31. This year commissary employees and patrons are pulling together again to collect donations of much needed nonperishable food and personal hygiene items. Prepacked donation bags, which can be purchased in store and placed in collection bins when entering or leaving, are available. Customers may also bring items from home to donate. Donated items are picked up by the installations and delivered to local food banks or pantries.

" Back to School sales focus on products that make up healthy family breakfasts, fresh-packed school lunches, and after-school snacks that young students can prepare themselves. Promotionally priced items are throughout the store, and fresh produce plays a big role in all three meals, as well as lunchmeats and dairy products.
" Customer Appreciation Case Lot Sales begin mid-August and run through September at stateside commissaries including those in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. These three-day sales feature savings on a variety of items including bulk buys of cereals, breakfast bars, chips, beverages and paper goods, and good prices on seasonal fresh produce. These parking lot sales also provide high-value coupons for products inside the store.
" P&G, Kelloggs, Smuckers, Coca-Cola and Hershey are sponsors of Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and they are offering discounts on over 30 of their participating brands highlighted by mass displays and in-store coupon sales flyers. Through Aug. 15, Commissary Rewards Card users can enter for a chance to win a $500 Visa gift card by purchasing any four participating products. A total of eight $500 Visa gift cards will be awarded.
" The Scholarships for Military Children fund could receive up to a $50,000 donation from Kelloggs thanks to a cause promotion. They will donate 5 cents per box for every Kellogg or Keebler item purchased worldwide through the month of August.
" Box Tops for Education is a General Mills school fundraising program that runs Aug. 1-28 in commissaries worldwide. In-store displays highlight the program that earns cash for schools. Each product box top collected is worth 10 cents and many General Mills items will have double box top value during the month. High-value coupons, in-store product demonstrations and decorative mass displays in stores are also part of the promotion.
" Free Groceries for a Year is a Kraft Heinz promotion that will give away six total prizes of $7,500 each in Commissary Gift Cards to winning commissary patrons. The online giveaway runs Aug. 1 - Sept. 11. Participating brands include Kraft Natural Cheese, Kraft Singles, Velveeta, Kraft Grated Parmesan, Cracker Barrel, Jell-O, Breakstones, Knudsen, Kraft Dinners, Kraft Salad Dressings, Kraft BBQ Sauce, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Planters, Cool Whip and Kraft Mayo. No purchase is necessary. Participation is limited to stateside customers including those in Alaska and Hawaii commissaries.


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 MILLSTONE: 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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Summer Grilling

Getting ready for your summer grilling party starts at the Robins Commissary. We have your Summer supply of charcoal, paper plate, napkins, meats, beans, and cold drinks. Produce can make your fruit and vegetable trays to meet your needs.

Happy Birthday

While the Defense Commissary Agencys 25th birthday on Oct. 1 is fast approaching, the agency salutes the people it has had the privilege to serve for the last 25 years: the men, women, and families of the military community  active duty, reserves, and retirees.
In August, DeCA observes the 226th birthday of the U.S. Coast Guard. Congress established the Coast Guard  at the time it was called the Revenue Cutter Service  on Aug. 4, 1790.
The Coast Guard is a multi-mission service unique among the U.S. military branches. It has a maritime law enforcement mission as well as duties as a federal regulatory agency. It is not controlled by the Department of Defense. Until 1967, it had been a branch of the Treasury Department, but then control was transferred to the Department of Transportation.
In the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, it transitioned to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2003. It can be transferred to the Navy Department by the president at any time or by Congress during wartime. This transfer has only occurred twice: during World Wars I and II.
The Coast Guard began selling groceries to its community after the Navy began its commissaries in 1909-1910. After the World Wars, all services, including the Coast Guard, discovered that commissaries were a valuable inducement to enlistment and retention. In 1949, although the new Armed Services Commissary Regulation (ASCR) did not control the actions of the Coast Guard stores, they used the ASCR as a guide to their own operations.
The Coast Guard never had many commissaries in the modern sense of the word. Instead, most USCG grocery stores were located inside their exchanges. By the 1980s, there were 15 such stores; 11 of them were located on bases on or near the Atlantic Ocean, two were near the Pacific, and two more were located near the Great Lakes.
When DeCA started up in 1991, it assumed control of one of the few true commissaries the Coast Guard owned: the store on Governors Island, located south of Manhattan, squarely on the approach to New York Citys harbor. Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) actions shut down the Governors Island installation in 1996, but DeCA took control of the Coast Guards commissary at Kodiak Coast Guard Station, Alaska, located on Kodiak Island in the Aleutians, at virtually the same time.
Today, DeCA continues to manage the Kodiak store. Its the only Coast Guard store on DeCAs books. Located in a large building that also houses the stations exchange, credit union, post office, and several concessionaires, it is one of DeCAs most unique stores. Its exterior is unglamorous, but it was designed specifically to stand up to harsh weather and heavy snow.
No exterior signage advises what functions are housed inside, but its safe to say the stations population knows exactly where their commissary is; after all, it supplies vital goods for people stationed at a location that truly is at the far end of the pipeline.

Be Prepaired

Although military commissaries aren't equipped to predict the next emergency, they do encourage their patrons to use their benefit to be prepared.
The Defense Commissary Agency routinely offers savings compared to commercial stores on the necessary items for any emergency, said agency Sales Director Tracie Russ.
It would be nice if we could accurately predict the impact of the next storm when it came to power outages, interruptions in available water and store closures. However, we do know from past experience its better to plan for the unexpected, Russ said. Thats why we work with our industry partners to offer deep discounts on many of the food products and other items our patrons need to be prepared.
As they take stock in their state of readiness, military patrons can shop their local commissaries for the following items, considered appropriate for disaster preparedness: 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 items may vary from store to store.
According to a May 13 forecast from the Weather Channel (, the 2016 hurricane season is expected to have 14 named storms, eight of which will be hurricanes with three of the hurricanes potentially being category 3 or higher.
The North Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 to Nov. 30 and covers the North Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Tornado season runs from April to July.
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 disaster preparedness, go to for lists of resources.

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