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Sainsbury's Journal July 2014

Round up THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN JULY/AUG In the coming months, we’ve got some great Back to School ideas, a fantastic offer on Nectar and a free scheme that will help to keep our colleagues healthy. ROS RECEIVED SOME CHAMPION ADVICE Colleague Ros Peasgood has been busy practising her tumble turns after some tips from Active Kids Ambassador Ellie Simmonds. She won a prize draw on www.mysainsburys.co.uk to win a swimming lesson with Ellie at the London Aquatics Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Ros, from Holborn store support centre, said: “It was a brilliant half-hour in the pool. My swimming has definitely benefited from Ellie’s help and it was fantastic to meet her. She’s HOWEVER AND WHEREVER We’re making sure our customers can shop with us however and wherever they want to.  We’re the UK’s 7th largest clothing retailer by volume and our clothing online pilot will begin in the summer. Once we’ve taken all the learnings from the pilot we expect to offer clothing online to everyone in 2015. This summer we’re also launching a new Click & Collect Groceries service to make life easier for customers who travel around London on the Tube. It will be available at seven London Underground stations initially, with orders fulfilled from two of our stores. Customers ordering online by 1pm will be able to collect their groceries on the same day! 04 Journal WE’RE OFFERING HEALTH MOTS We’re introducing free health MOTs for colleagues in all stores during the coming 12 months. The voluntary health check will be a helpful starting point for those of you who want to take action to improve your health and wellbeing. The MOT will help you to identify your important health ‘numbers’ – such as blood pressure, weight, body fat and bone density – in just a matter of minutes using a special body analyser. Tricia O’Neill, Head of Health & Wellbeing, said: “We’ll also be providing support materials to help colleagues understand their numbers and achieve a healthier, more active lifestyle.” Look out for more information about our health MOTs instore. From 23rd July until 12th August, your Nectar points could be worth double, triple or even more on selected rewards. And colleagues can win great prizes and thousands of extra points, too! Where 500 points are usually worth £2.50, they’ll be worth even more when exchanged in our supermarkets or online for Double Up & More vouchers to spend at Pizza Express, Nectar Swim and lots of family attractions such as Thorpe Park, SEA LIFE Centres & Sanctuaries and local days out. Premal Patel, Holborn store support centre, said: “This activity helps to drive sales, and this year we want to get even more customers involved with Nectar, and encourage those who don’t currently collect points to take a card. Colleagues will have the chance to win some great prizes including vouchers for days out and thousands of extra Nectar points. Keep an eye on www.mysainsburys.co.uk for more details.” an inspiration to all budding athletes and to those of us happy just to try to keep fit.” Ellie, four times Paralympic champion, said: “I love swimming – I hope the lesson has encouraged Ros to swim more often and to continue being active and having fun. That’s what Active Kids is all about!” Any schools, groups and clubs that place their Active Kids orders online before 16th July could be in with a chance of not only winning their order, but also of having it delivered by Ellie – see www.activekids. sainsburys-live-well-forless. co.uk for more details. NECTAR HAS SUMMER SORTED


Sainsbury's Journal July 2014
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