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Right on time for the busy summer months, Kroger’s Atlanta Division is launching its ClickList service that offers customers the ease of placing orders online and picking up their groceries at a time convenient for them.
The first ClickList Atlanta location will debut on June 8 at Kroger's Cumming, Ga., store at 2325 Bethelview Road, 30040. Kroger will waive the $4.95 service charge for each customer’s first three orders.
Customers can shop for more than 40,000 items on ClickList across the entire store, including fresh produce, meat and seafood, dairy and frozen products, before selecting a location and time slot most convenient to them. Items are delivered to the customer at the pick-up location within minutes of arrival.
“We know our customers are busy and short on time, and our hope is that ClickList helps make their lives easier and shopping more convenient,” says Glynn Jenkins, director of public relations and communications for Kroger’s Atlanta Division. “By building even more personalized connections with our customers, we will meet their needs when, where and how they want.”
Shoppers can quickly gear up for ClickList by visiting www.Kroger.com/ClickList to build a cart, select a pick-up location and time, then place the order. An associate will choose the items and store them in proper temperature zones until the customer arrives for pick-up.
In addition to its Cumming store, other Georgia Kroger locations that will be offering ClickList in the coming months include:
- Kroger Marketplace, 461 South Columbia Avenue, Rincon, Ga.
- Kroger Marketplace, 1931 Jesse Jewell Parkway, Gainesville, Ga.
- Kroger, Glenwood Place, Atlanta
- Kroger Store, 2801 Washington Road, Augusta, Ga.
- Kroger Marketplace, 700 U.S. Highway 29 North, Athens, Ga.
- Kroger Store, 6001 Cumming Highway, Sugar Hill, Ga.
- Kroger Store, 6766 Hickory Flat Highway, Canton, Ga.
Kroger’s Atlanta Division is headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., and is one of the Southeast’s largest retail grocery chains with more than 186 stores, covering Georgia, Eastern Alabama and South Carolina.