CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Under a pilot kiosk program being tested at 20 Harris Teeter stores, customers can bring in loose change and receive vouchers that can be redeemed for paper cash or used to pay for groceries. "The kiosk can help draw customers, the same as video rental, coffee bar, key cutting and UPS services," said Ruth Kinzey, corporate communications manager at Harris Teeter, which has placed the machines in stores located near colleges, restaurants and food-service operations. Kinzey ...
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