Supermarkets added kiosks of all types this year, most notably DVD rental machines.
Giant Eagle kicked off the year by testing DVD rental kiosks from Redbox Automated Retail, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., at five Pittsburgh-area GetGo convenience store locations.
In April, Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y., began to close all of its remaining video rental departments and replace them with redbox DVD rental kiosks.
Marking the trend, by July, Giant Eagle — a widely acknowledged leader in ...
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