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Gideon Loeb, 11, watches where the wheel stops so that Brent Jordan (back) can give him a prize. Saturday was customer appreciation day at Save On Foods as staff gave away prizes, hot dogs and a ton of free samples. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Gideon Loeb, 11, watches where the wheel stops so that Brent Jordan (back) can give him a prize. Saturday was customer appreciation day at Save On Foods as staff gave away prizes, hot dogs and a ton of free samples.
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Gideon Loeb, 11, watches where the wheel stops so that Brent Jordan (back) can give him a prize. Saturday was customer appreciation day at Save On Foods as staff gave away prizes, hot dogs and a ton of free samples.

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