Kroger and Nuro have officially kicked off their autonomous grocery delivery service in Houston, starting with the South Post Oak store and followed by the Buffalo Speedway store later this spring.
Kroger and Nuro have launched their autonomous grocery delivery service in Houston. The service will be available through two Houston Kroger stores, reaching customers residing in four local zip codes.
International Market Centers is coordinating product donations and other humanitarian support efforts by exhibitors at the recent High Point Market and the next Las Vegas Market, to be held January 28 to February 1, 2018.
The Dallas Market Center has partnered with the Houston Furniture Bank for phase two of its DMC Cares Hurricane Relief Program. The company’s goal is to create $1 million in support for several organizations, including the Houston Furniture Bank, via financial and product donations for those impacted by the hurricane, and is encouraging its exhibitors and attendees to join the effort.
Katy, TX-based Igloo Products is partnering with Houston-based specialty food retailer Fiesta Mart to donate free Igloo coolers to members of the Houston community, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
All but five Walmart stores in the Gulf Coast region impacted by Hurricane Harvey are open as the retailer continues working to keep stores stocked with products.
The Dallas Market Center has formed DMC Cares, an assistance effort for its neighbors and customers impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
As it plans a modernizing 500-location remodeling program for 2018 and 2019, Target Corp. has unveiled design elements for what the company characterized as its most ambitious store redesign to date. The redesign will be showcased at a store in the Houston suburb of Richmond near Grand Parkway Southwest this October.