August 25, 2009

Whole Foods: "First Week Of October"


I’m Jennifer Dobrowolski & here’s just a quick note to introduce myself as the Marketing Team Leader of Whole Foods Market, Noe Valley. I am delighted to be a part of such a dynamic and vibrant community and I look forward to working with you to develop successful programs that connect Whole Foods Market to its customers and community in San Francisco.

Many of you have been in touch with Andrew Calabrese, who has done a fantastic job as Community Liaison and we are lucky to have him as our In-Store Educator. Whole Foods Market, Noe Valley has an awesome team of dedicated Store Leaders and Team Leaders that are passionate about our products, foundations, core values and sharing our store with customers.

We are on track with store construction and looking at being open the first week of October-we will keep you updated with any changes.

Please note a couple of important dates:
  • The last day for the Tuesday Noe Valley Farmers Market in our parking lot will be today. (Saturday Farmers Markets will continue: 8am-1pm at 3861 24th Street, between Sanchez and Vicksburg Streets and across from Martha and Bros. Coffee Co.
  • The last day for shuttle service to our Potrero Hill store will be Tuesday, September 22nd.
We encourage you to follow us online! We will provide updates/information whenever possible, as well as vendor profiles, events, etc:
My e-mail address is

Please feel free to forward specific questions for us and & we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.

Looking forward to meeting you soon!

Best regards,

Jennifer Dobrowolski
Marketing Team Leader
Whole Foods Market, Noe Valley
3950 24th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114



Anonymous said...

Nice of them to let the Tuesday farmers market on their parking lot. Sucks of them to close it down for more than a month before they open.

Anonymous said...


Noe Valley, SF said...

Source? For what? The press release with a name and contact info attached?

Anonymous said...

Didn't say "press release" anywhere. Sure, that's what it is, but most of the blog entries cite source, or mention where it's from.

As it is, it looks like Whole Foods owns this blog and is advertising through it or something.

Anonymous said...

Wow people are greedy about free ues of a parking lot. Prime farmers market season is virtually over anyhow.