REDWOOD CITY 1063 Upton St. • (650) 365-5190
Open: Monday-Saturday 7am - 10pm • Sunday 7am - 9pm
Escrip - Help generate funds for your school by signing up for Escrip. We're proud to say that we were among the very first to switch from paper scrip to the Escrip fundraising program over 15 years ago! For complete enrollment information visit their website: www.escrip.com
Senior Discount - Seniors 62 and older can receive 5% off their purchase (excluding alcohol, tobacco, sushi, propane and fluid milk) every Tuesday.
Sponsorships - We are proud to say that over the years we have sponsored countless numbers of teams and events and fundraisers for non-profit groups right in our neighborhood. If you would like to request sponsorship assistance, please submit your request in writing instead of calling the store. Also, please keep in mind that we have a limited sponsorship budget and requests should be made with plenty of advanced notice. Please include a copy of the IRS Non-Profit letter with your request.
Green Efforts - Do you know that Dehoff's Key Markets has been "going green" for years? Some of our efforts include recycling like crazy (we recycle literally TONS of cardboard and plastic every year). In fact, we've been doing it from the very start. We also recycle all biodegradable compost materials including produce, food scraps, fat, bones, etc...) We've installed energy-efficient lighting in our stores including electronic ballasts and slimmer bulbs. We utilize all PG&E rebates programs which not only saves money. We've installed computerized compressor racks to run our refrigeration systems more efficiently. We operate our furnaces on electronic timers. We've installed a heat reclaim system to circulate the excess hot air from our refrigeration machines throughout the store. We've replaced our roofs with thermoplastic reflective roofing material (keeps the store cooler in the summer months). We've installed energy-saving night curtains on all of our coolers and walk-in refrigeration boxes (reduces heating and cooling expense!) We sell reusable shopping bags (made of recycled materials). We print our weekly ad on recycled paper and have made it 22% smaller than conventional ads (to save our precious forests).
In general, we reduce our carbon footprint whenever we can because it just makes good sense for you, for us and for Mother Earth.
Did You Know? - Dehoff’s Key Market is the lucky place to buy your CA Lottery tickets? In September 2014, San Mateo customer Vinh Nguyen bought a winning Powerball ticket in our store that earned him $228 million! Not a bad return for $30 worth of tickets!
Oops, we did it again!
On March 4th, 2017 we sold one of our customers a CA Lotto ticket that won him a cool $96,413! Congratulations! Winners are made at Key!
Read about our energy efficient efforts with EnergySmart Grocer here.
Grocer Spotlight: Key Market
Key Market is a local grocery store in Redwood City that touts “Good People, Quality Food, and Honest Value.” They have a long history with EnergySmart Grocer, from installing energy-efficient lighting and optimizing their refrigeration systems to replacing their roofs with thermoplastic reflective roofing material.
Thanks to PG&E’s On-Bill Financing Program and EnergySmart Grocer, Key Market was able to leverage energy savings in 2014 to continue to implement new projects.
“They’ve helped us with four projects over the last few years, and we’ve counted on their expertise and recommendations every step of the way. They’ve coordinated all the PG&E rebates and streamlined the process for us quite a bit,” said Chris Dehoff, president at Key Market.
The latest project at their Redwood City location included a variety of measures, such as:
This project will save them more than 85,000 kWh annually and is expected to cut their energy bill by about $1,100 each month. “The savings are there. We’ve dropped our overall kilowatt demand by about 15% over the last few years, and we have actually added refrigeration display space over that time,” said Dehoff.
Key Market is looking forward to working with EnergySmart Grocer in the future. They plan to replace their current T8 fluorescent ceiling lights with LEDs. “These lighting projects are so much more exciting than energy control jobs because of their obvious impact on the store’s appearance. Jobs like that generate a lot of instant customer feedback,” said Dehoff.
Reach out to your account manager or the EnergySmart Grocer Team to see how you can start saving today.
Published: 1 September 2016
Source: EnergySmart Grocer
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