Retailers are constantly seeking ways to enhance the shopping experience for customers. "People always say they don't want shopping to be a drudge or a burden, so we encourage our members to make the experience quicker, more-informed and more-focused so people can save time and enjoy the experience more," Jay Cambell, president and chief executive officer of Associated Grocers, Baton Rouge, La., told SN. "That takes many shapes, forms and flavors." Retailers from around the country ...
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