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Teri Gault      

CEO and Founder of The Grocery Game, Inc.

Teri Gault, CEO and founder of The Grocery Game, Inc., is an industry leader helping people learn how to save money shopping. A wife and mother of two, Teri began The Grocery Game in her bedroom in February 2000. Having no experience on the web, Teri built her own first website and expanded on a shoestring. With no VCs, Teri franchised the company in 2003, and went from 2 states to 26 states in the first year. The Grocery Game now serves all 50 states, seven foreign countries and continues to expand globally. In addition to serving as both CEO and key expert for The Grocery Game, Inc, Teri is an engaging speaker and has appeared in hundreds of TV news segments (locals and nationals), radio, magazines and newspaper articles.

Teri's notable credits include Good Morning America, Today Show, Fox Business, Inside Edition, CNN and local outlets across the country. Teri currently resides outside Los Angeles with her husband Greg and one of their two sons.

Speech Topics

Business Success

Particularly powerful for female entrepreneurs, Teri's story is as a mom with no experience on the web, building her own online empire, rolling $65 in coins to buy her business license and franchising nationwide. Her message is, "You can do it!"

Saving Money From Grocery Shopping to Booking a Vacation to a $20k Wedding For Under $5k

As CEO of www.TheGroceryGame.com and having franchised to all 50 states and foreign markets, Teri is an expert in grocery savings, as well as saving money on all things for consumers.


Five tips to slash your food bill - TwinCities.com
Then you need to check out The Grocery Game (everydaycheapskate.com/ grocerygame). I've been a big fan of founder Teri Gault since the days she shared her ...
Founder and CEO of TheGroceryGame.com Tells Her Own Story in ...
Teri Gault writes about her life and journey from Oklahoma to Hollywood as a mom faced with hard times, to her rise as a savings expert. Shoppers and busy ...
Tricks for saving money on everyday expenses
Bulk isn't always better: That big bag of avocados is often not any cheaper than buying the same amount by the pound, said Teri Gault, founder of The Grocery ...

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