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Everyone has tightened the belt a little over the past year and local companies have found creative ways to make the family dollar stretch a little further.
Smith's Food & Drug has created another way for customers to save money when they shop by using Smith's, "second generation" loyalty card - the new fresh values rewards card.
When using the new rewards card, customers earn one point for each dollar spent in the store. Customers receive points based on the dollar amount they spend and then those points turn into money which can be spent in Smith's stores.
Smith's began as a single store in Brigham City in 1932. Today it is a division of the Kroger Company. From its offices in Salt Lake City, Smith's operates a total of 132 stores throughout seven western states including 47 right here in Utah.
This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.