It’s that time of year again! Â The hot, steamy summer is behind us and the welcome coolness of Fall bestows us.
Halloween is just around the corner and you’re in charge of throwing this year’s biggest bash…decorations, food, costumes – Oh my!
Prepping for a party can no doubt come with unwanted headaches and hefty price tags but you don’t have to let overspending come back to haunt you! Lifestyle expert, money-saving guru and CEO of TheGroceryGame.com, Teri Gault, Â is available to take the fright out of Halloween party planning by offering cost-cutting tips and tricks to throw a spook-tacular party for under $100! Teri is available to provide insight and answer questions including:
- Â Who can help slash prices when it comes to selecting the menu?
- Â What is the most cost-effective way to allocate my funds?
- Â When should I purchase candy and what stores offer top budget-friendly sales? – Where can I find the best inexpensive decorations?
- Â How can I get a creative costume without breaking the bank? I’d love for you to consider doing a piece on this topic.
- Stay tuned! Â We’ll be interviewing Terry to discuss Halloween party prep on a $100 budget. Best, Danielle Lifestyle expert Teri Gault is an industry leader in helping people learn how to save money shopping. In addition to serving as both CEO and key expert for The Grocery Game, Inc, Teri frequently speaks to women’s organizations across the country, explaining how The Grocery Game allows her to streamline grocery shopping to save both time and money. www.thegrocerygame.com
HOW IT ALL BEGAN…
The Grocery GameÂ grew out of a very smart and frugal hobby. Teri Gault (the company’s founder and CEO) was intent on saving her family money. Her common sense homestyle approach to good living included collecting coupons and matching them to grocery store sales. Eventually, this hobby became a passion. Teri would share her money saving ideas with family and friends who were more than impressed by her attention to detail and her ability to predict sales trends. After some time, it became obvious that Teri’s “hobby” was more than just a good idea to share with friends.
The business of The Grocery Game was underway. At first, The Grocery Game made “TERI’S LISTs” available mainly to members in Southern California. Later, by offering franchises to persons throughout the United States, the company was able to expand at an unprecedented pace. Currently, The Grocery Game offers “TERI’S LIST” in all 50 states, and 7 foreign countries. Tens of thousands of members log on each week and save hundreds of dollars a month on their groceries. VisitÂ www.thegrocerygame.com