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    Quick Chek Moves Into the Fast Lane

    In what’s being hailed as a first for the convenience industry, Quick Chek, a family-operated chain of c-stores throughout New Jersey and southern New York, is testing self-checkout lanes equipped with note and coin recycling capabilities at its Phillipsburg, N.J., location at 600 New Brunswick Ave.

    By Linda Lisanti, Convenience Store News

    In what’s being hailed as a first for the convenience industry, Quick Chek, a family-operated chain of c-stores throughout New Jersey and southern New York, is testing self-checkout lanes equipped with note and coin recycling capabilities at its Phillipsburg, N.J., location at 600 New Brunswick Ave.

    The result of a partnership with Duluth, Ga.-based global technology provider NCR Corp., Quick Chek Fast Lanes began operating in the store Aug. 26, and are designed to enhance the retailer’s superior customer service abilities by offering customers a second purchasing option and the opportunity to speed up their checkout process during peak store periods.

    “Along with being held in high regard for our wide array of fresh food products and famed fresh coffee program, Quick Chek customers also know us for the high level of personalized service we offer,” said Quick Chek VP of Technology Maria Fidelibus. “Our new Quick Chek Fast Lane pilot program is intended as an extension of that solid customer service offering.”

    Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based Quick Chek operates 120 retail locations in New Jersey and southern New York, including 12 pharmacy stores and 23 locations with fuel.

    - Nielsen Business Media

    By Linda Lisanti, Convenience Store News
    • About Linda Lisanti Linda Lisanti is editor-in-chief for EnsembleIQ's Convenience Store News and Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner media brands. In this role, she is responsible for content development across all of CSNews' print and online properties, with a specialty in coverage of the foodservice category in convenience stores. Lisanti has more than 13 years of experience in the journalism field. After working as a reporter for several daily newspapers, she joined CSNews as a staff writer in August 2005 and held senior writer, senior editor and executive editor positions before becoming editor-in-chief in August 2014. Lisanti has a bachelor’s degree in communications/journalism from Rowan University.

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