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Russell’s Xpress, are unusual in that they are not staffed by human beings during the day.
As an established retailer, Altoona, Pa.-based Sheetz goes out of its way to disrupt itself before the competition can beat it to the punch.
Kroger began January 2019 by teaming up with Microsoft to create a smart shelf system to more easily guide customers through its stores during shopping.
The Chicago-based burger behemoth has added a litany of consumer-facing technologies in recent years, including digital kiosks inside its U.S. restaurants and artificial intelligence at its drive-thrus.
Pilot Flying J is deliberate in its innovation.
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Casey’s revamped its website and mobile app to allow for a more seamless ordering process.
Some Loop Neighborhood convenience stores have unusual employees.
Murphy USA gobbled up a stunning 6.5 million participants for its loyalty program in one month’s time upon the program’s launch in March 2019.
From mobile order-ahead capabilities to in-store mobile payment and an app-based rewards program, Wawa has had consumer-facing technology in its arsenal for years.
Category sales performance in Beverages, Candy, General Merchandise, Packaged Food/Foodservice and Snacks.
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