LIVONIA, Mich. -- Kroger Co. of Michigan here introduced a frequent-shopper program to its 82 Michigan stores, representing a $12 million investment in technology, according to information released by the company late last month. "The KrogerPlus technology represents a new investment in Michigan of $12 million, exclusive of training and marketing efforts," said Marnette Perry, president of Kroger Co. of Michigan, in a statement issued by the company. Michigan is the fifth and currently the ...
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