Consider grocery shopping about one month ago. Quiet. Peaceful.
It may seem like a lifetime ago, when you weren’t nervous to be around the public or touch anything in the store. You stood elbow-to-elbow with fellow shoppers, dozens of them, without holding your breath. And time and time again you passed the toilet paper aisle without buying a single roll.
COVID-19 changed all of that. Amid all the panic-buying and racing the aisles while shopping, there is a bigger problem at stake: when everyone flocks to the stores, there’s a greater chance of passing on COVID-19 to the masses — and especially to the vulnerable.
Utah’s new Shelter-in-Place directive not only includes a section about adhering to “strict hygiene standards,” but the governor also mandates social distancing. Of course, you can still go out to the grocery store and get the items you need, but even that can seem like a risk, especially for those with weak immune systems.
And while grocery delivery is an option, it can be expensive. But it doesn’t have to be. Robert J. DeBry & Associates is covering the cost of three months of grocery delivery for you.
How to get your free grocery delivery
To get your free grocery delivery, just get a three-months subscription with Shipt. They offer same-day (when possible) grocery delivery from local stores right to your doorstep. Save your receipt and upload it to the Robert J. DeBry & Associates website, or send it to this address:
Robert J. DeBry and Associates
4252 South 700 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Shipt works at Fresh Market, Target, Smith’s, Macey’s, Petco, Sur La Table, CVS, Office Depot, Office Max and Dan’s Fresh Market. Only one subscription per household is permitted. To learn more about getting your groceries delivered for free, visit the Robert J. DeBry & Associates website.
* Robert DeBry is retired from the practice of law