Meet Tia Watermolen, she is one of Festival’s amazing Human Resources associates.
We’re saying “Hi Tia!” because she’s heading to our store on the west side of Green Bay, 2250 West Mason St., on Friday, May 8, to talk to people who want to work for Festival Foods.
She’ll be at the store from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. with …
By Katherine Donnellan, Front end manager, Festival Foods Darboy
Friday: sunny, high of 50 degrees
Saturday: partly cloudy, expect freezing rain and sleet, high of 35 degrees
Sunday: sunny, flurries possible in the morning, temperature could drop as low as minus 45 degrees by early evening
While that kind of forecast is probably not much of a shock to anyone living in Wisconsin, freezing rain, sleet, and even subzero temperatures that reach as …
March is here and that means the Easter Bunny is on his way.
Festival Foods locations across the state will host E.B., the Master of All Colored Eggs, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 28. The annual Bunny Hop features everything from treats to activities to photos with the Easter Bunny for children 8 and under.
Our guests at …
Mai on the competition stage.
Festival Foods expert bagger Mai Her came in fourth place in the Best Bagger Championship during this week’s National Grocers Association conference in Las Vegas.
By making it to the final round of the contest, Mai took home $1,000.
The Sheboygan store bagger was the third person in Wisconsin Grocers Association history to make it …
We know Festival Foods has great baggers at our stores across the state, but now one of our baggers may officially be the best in the country.
Mai, a bagger at the Festival Foods in Sheboygan, will be among nearly 30 baggers from across the country participating in the National Grocers Association Best Bagger Championship on February 9 at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. Mai …
‘Tis the season for Santa and snowflakes, Christmas lights and Christmas cookies, reindeer and wrapping paper, and festive decorations and family traditions. It’s also the time of year when people working retail and customer service jobs (think grocery stores, shopping malls, restaurants, etc.) work long days to meet the needs of guests and the demands of the business. During the past few …
We’ve reached the time of year where crisp, colorful leaves crunch beneath our feet when walking outside, scarecrows, gourds, bats, and spider webs decorate our homes, and families and friends spend hours carving carefully designed images and silly faces into pumpkins and picking out the perfect Halloween costume. Many families have taken day trips to a local Pumpkin Patch, some have visited a Haunted House, and most …
Team Festival is ready for the competition to start. Look at all the yellow shirts!
I bag my own groceries when I go to the store because I enjoy it. I used to play Tetris for hours as a kid and bagging groceries sort of feels like a live, grown up version of Tetris to me. When I had the opportunity to attend the WGA Expo …
School has started. Football season is here. Many guests have already purchased pumpkins and gourds, and we get almost daily requests for fresh apple cider (For those of you anxiously waiting—it should be available early October!). Fall is certainly in the air! With the transition from summer to fall comes cooler weather, gorgeous fall colors outside, and, more often than not, a jam-packed back-to-school-schedule that leaves many …
Congratulations to the finalists from our recent Market Bag-Off Competition!