BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Several businesses were badly damaged in recent flooding that tore through Boulder and several other communities in Colorado. One of those has reopened.
Sprouts market in Boulder reopened on Wednesday.
The grocery store and produce market had to move everything outside in order to repair and cleanup the inside.
Sprouts is also giving back to the community in this time of need.
From Oct. 4 through Oct. 6, shoppers can get 10 percent off their grocery bill.
Customers can also buy pre-packaged groceries at a 10 percent discount. That food will be donated to food banks in the Boulder area.
The store is donating 10 percent of all net proceeds to Foothills United Way from Oct. 4-6.
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