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Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum Needs Your Assistance



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Friends, the Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum needs your assistance in our fund raising efforts. What we are asking you to do is to enroll in a program setup by Kroger whereby they will make a donation to the museum based on your purchases and swiping your Kroger Plus Card at a Kroger store in the Nashville district. The process is very simple and I have outlined the basic steps below. This will only take a few minutes of your time and every time you buy groceries at a Kroger store and swipe your Kroger Plus Card you will be helping the museum in its effort to preserve, protect and provide public access to the incredible history and heritage of the Tennessee Walking Horse.

 1.  Go to www.kroger.com

 2.  Near the top of the home page click on COMMUNITY
 
3.  Then click on COMMUNITY REWARDS

 4.  Then you will need to CREATE AN ACCOUNT if you are a new user. If you already have an account proceed to step 6 and ENROLL

 5.  Follow the steps to create your account then you need to ENROLL
 
6.  When you start the ENROLL process, it will ask for the first 3 letters of the organization you want to ENROLL in the program
 
7.  It is much simpler to type in TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE NATIONAL MUSUEM and it will come up immediately
 
8.  Once your have confirmed your ENROLLMENT then you are done.
 
This does NOT have any effect on your purchases or discounts at Kroger or require any out of pocket donations from you. This is simply Kroger's way of supporting the community.
 
 
Thank you for your support.

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