MONTESANO, Wash. — Pick-Rite Thriftway, a one-store operator here, will be introducing a loyalty system this week that employs a “virtual wallet” where promotional offers can be populated. The system, from Accelitec, Bellingham, Wash., has until now been used by Haggen, Bellingham, Wash., at its 17 Top Food & Drug outlets. “As we learn what customers are looking for, we’ll specify offers to them,” said Mark Galland, owner of the store. During the launch period, the store will have a ...

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