LOS ANGELES, June 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TheGroceryGame.com, the world's largest grocery savings website, is pleased to announce a unique search for the web's best "mommy" bloggers. The search is not limited to those that focus on grocery issues, but rather include all blogs that are engaging, have family appeal, and stand for principles of good living. In addition to providing 150,000 households across the US with highly localized savings and tips on how to save the most on grocery shopping, www.TheGroceryGame.com is now expanding their site in order to provide all with an ability to easily interact with like-minded bloggers across the US.
Teri Gault, founder and CEO of The Grocery Game explains, "I just love the fact that there are all these blogs out there that are incredible sources of great ideas. So, I felt that everybody who uses our site should be able to engage with the best bloggers and share these ideas."
Participation is free and bloggers can remove their listing from the site at any time. Submissions may be made by sending in a short description of the blog along with a jpeg of an image associated with the site to [email protected].
About The Grocery Game:
The Grocery Game publishes Teri's List, over 200 weekly online compilations of the lowest-priced products at local supermarkets and drugstores. The Lists match manufacturers' coupons, online printable coupons and advertised and unadvertised sales as well as sales trends. The Grocery Game does all the hard work and research, and presents it in a straightforward format. Teri's Lists are available for some of the largest supermarkets and drugstore chains coast to coast.
The Grocery Game is the largest source on the web for grocery coupons and the site provides access to hundreds of printable coupons and manufacturer coupons that can be sent to store loyalty cards. www.TheGroceryGame.com actually tells you when and where to use your coupons in order to save the most money. 62% of the site's deals are unadvertised sales, otherwise not found in sales circulars for local grocery and drug stores in all 50 states.