Every dollar spent at The Shops at Norterra to benefit north Phoenix schools through March 31

PHOENIX – Shop until you drop and raise money for local schools with The Shops at Norterra hosting its sixth annual “Earn & Learn” rewards program through March 31, 2019.

On track to donate nearly $13,000 in cash grants to 10 North Phoenix schools, the “Earn and Learn” program gives participants points for every dollar spent dining, shopping, enjoying a service or seeing a movie at The Shops at Norterra.

“Over the last six years, we’ve donated more than $50,000 to 18 schools through the ‘Earn & Learn’ program and we’re excited to see the continued involvement from the community to further the cause,” said McKenzie Shaver, marketing specialist at RED Development.

All guests have to do is simply upload their receipts to the online rewards platform and choose the school they’d like the points to go to.

Photos courtesy of the Shops at Norterra
Photos courtesy of the Shops at Norterra

Each participating school is guaranteed to receive a cash grant of at least $500 with the winner receiving $2,500.

This year’s participating schools include:

  • Adams Traditional Academy
    • Barry Goldwater High School
    • Boulder Creek Elementary School
    • Desert Sage Elementary School
    • Norterra Canyon School
    • Ridgeline Academy
    • Sandra Day O’Connor High School
    • Sonoran Foothills School
    • Stetson Hills School
    • Sunset Ridge Elementary School

 “With The Shops at Norterra being the premiere shopping and entertainment center in the area, we see so many families each week that gather for our morning Stroller Stride series, a quick dinner at one of our restaurants or a movie night at Harkins Norterra 14, and we’re happy to have the opportunity to give back to them,” Shaver said.

In late 2018, RED Development completed a multimillion-dollar redevelopment at Norterra adding an entertainment and dining district that will soon welcome new tenants. The redeveloped area is located near Harkins Norterra 14 Theatre and encompasses approximately 44,500 square-feet with 37,000 square-feet of leasable space and 7,500 square-feet of outdoor restaurant patios.

Norterra is anchored by Dick’s Sporting Goods, Best Buy and Harkins Theatres. Other popular tenants include: Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Mellow Mushroom, Sauce Pizza & Wine, Pita Jungle, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Texas Roadhouse, V’s Barbershop, Elevate Coffee, Charming Charlie, BevMo!, and Cyclebar Premium Indoor Cycling.

Beauty District Salon Suites, Braidy Jewelers and Shasta Pools Showroom recently opened in the last year.

For more information about the “Earn & Learn” program or to submit a receipt to the online rewards portal, visit www.shopandlog.com/norterra. For more information on The Shops at Norterra, a tenant directory or to see the latest happenings, visit NorterraShopping.com.

About The Shops at Norterra

The Shops at Norterra is located at the northeast corner of Happy Valley and I-17 in North Phoenix. The center features more than 50 destinations for shopping, dining, services and entertainment, including Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Harkins Norterra 14 Theatre. For more information, visit NorterraShopping.com or call 623-582-9599. The Shops at Norterra is a joint venture partnership between USAA Real Estate Company and RED Development.

About RED Development

A wholly integrated commercial real estate company, RED Development maximizes asset value and performance for its high-quality retail and mixed-use portfolio that comprises 35 properties totaling 19 million square feet in 11 states. For more than 20 years, RED has been a preferred partner for national retailers and investors. The company also works with third-party property owners seeking RED’s expertise in remerchandising and repositioning properties to improve profitability and appeal. A privately held company headquartered in Phoenix, AZ with corporate offices in Dallas and Overland Park, KS, RED builds on its development capabilities as an active acquirer of existing properties. For more information, visit REDDevelopment.com.