Back in the last century in 1923, Sidney and Mollie Ball came up with the idea of opening a convenient grocery store and opened a small grocery store in Kansas City.
They did not have the capital to hire employees so both of them instead ran the store themselves and eventually their business expanded to the extent that they were able to hire some workers for their business.
To date, their business has grown in a successful corporation with 28 branches all across the city of Kansas under the names of Hen House Market and Ball’s Price Chopper!
Groceries are a necessity in every household and residential place and if you are someone who constantly visits Hen House then tell the company about your experience at their supermarket on their official Hen House Survey on www.henhousefeedback.com and win an incentive worth $5 to be added on to your rewards card from Hen House.
The rules and regulations for finishing the Hen House Survey
- You first need a purchase receipt from your last shopping spree at any of the branches of Hen House so if you don’t have one go do your groceries now!
- You need a laptop or any device and an internet connection.
- You should either have command over English or Spanish to fill the Hen House Survey.