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Shop & Save at Kroger while Supporting WYRZ-LP

KrogerRewards

You can support community radio here in Hendricks County and save money every time you use your Kroger Plus Shopper’s Card! Just use your card for every Kroger purchase and Kroger will make a donation to support 98.9 WYRZ-LP. You only need to enroll your card once to support community radio here in Hendricks County every time you shop!

HOW TO ENROLL IN KROGER CARD COMMUNITY REWARDS

If your card is registered online:

1. Log into your account
2. Click on Community
3. Click on Community Rewards
4. Click on Enroll
5. Enter our NPO number 11524
6. Click on Enroll
7. Enrollment is complete

 

If your card is NOT registered online:

1. Go to krogercommunityrewards.com
2. Click on register
3. Enter your information
4. Select your preferred store
5. Click on Create Account
6. Click on Community
7. Click on Community Rewards
8. Click on Enroll
9. Enter our NPO number 11524
10. Click on Enroll
11. Enrollment is complete.

 

About Brian Scott

I play on the radio from 7 am -1 pm weekdays at 98.9 FM WYRZ and WYRZ.org. Follow me on twitter @WYRZBrianScott or e-mail me at brian@wyrz.org.

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