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Topic - Peg Merzbacher
She said the primary reason for the new pick-up service is because "people won't shop as often if they can't travel to a store and are also dissatisfied with the home delivery."
"The retailers who offer the most shopping options benefit the most," Ms. Merzbacher said. "We all have to eat, so why not try doing one of your most frequent shopping activities online?"