Retailers are driving traffic to their stores by moving sampling events outdoors and pairing them with special services
Rather than make a beeline for the post office or head out to their local elections office on Oct. 5, Austin, Texas residents seeking a last-chance opportunity to register to vote in the presidential election might wind up at an unlikely destination: the parking lot of a nearby H.E. Butt Grocery store. On that day, 37 area stores will play host to Sweet Leaf Tea-sponsored outdoor sampling events aimed at quenching shoppers' thirst while they attempt to break the record for the most voters ...
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