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Topic - Tom Aiello
"You can have it shipped to you or have it ready for an in-store pickup or a curbside pickup," he said. "That convenience factor is going to be a big trend for retailers."
Tom Aiello, division vice president of media relations for Sears and Kmart, said his stores have mobile-phone applications that, among other things, let people order goods online but pick them up in person, as part of their shopping trips.