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Edina, MN, United States, 2008/02/25 - Touch ‘n Save is a personal grocery shopping assistant that can explain the different cuts of meat, help plan a menu, provide recipes, print money-saving coupons, and create a complete shopping list - CustomerFacingMedia.com.
Today’s busy shoppers can leave their coupons at home and still save money at the store. Sleek new Touch 'n Save kiosks from Customer-Facing Media (CFM) provide coupons and recipes that customers print with the touch of a button.
“Busy shoppers just don’t have time to clip and catalogue dozens of coupons for each shopping trip,” says CFM President John Lonsbury. “With Touch ‘n Save, shoppers select coupons for the products they want while they are in the store. A touch of the screen and the kiosk prints the individual coupons, with no clipping or sorting.”
Touch ‘n Save kiosks also help solve the age old grocery shopping dilemma: “What’s for dinner tonight?” With more than 400 carefully selected recipes available on the kiosks, shoppers can quickly find new and appetizing recipes to match their family’s tastes.
“With Touch 'n Save there is no need to search recipes and compile shopping lists at home,” says Lonsbury.
The kiosks stand nearly seven feet tall and are easily seen by shoppers as they make their way through the produce and meat departments. A typical customer experience with Touch ‘n Save includes browsing for new recipes, selecting and printing coupons for needed products, and printing a computer generated shopping list that includes all of the items needed to make the recipes – all sorted by department.
Consumers like the convenience and cost savings.
For consumers, Touch ‘n Save is like having a personal shopping assistant; someone who can explain the different cuts of meat, help plan a menu, provide recipes, and print out a complete shopping list for all of the items they need to make a complete meal. Touch ‘n Save also provides consumers with money-saving coupons that are tailored to their interests, providing consumers with both convenience and cost savings.
“Today’s consumer is geared to experiences that are immediate and on-demand and our network delivers both in a fun, and easy-to-use environment,” adds Lonsbury.
The Touch ‘n Save Kiosks are currently installed in all Twin Cities Cub Foods stores with plans to expand to other grocery chains by the end of this year.
About Customer-Facing Media
Founded in 2002, Customer-Facing Media (customerfacingmedia.com) is a nationwide, interactive, in-store media network. The company’s initial offering is the Touch ‘n Save® interactive network, a leading-edge vehicle for delivering useful consumer information within the retail shopping environment. The company expects to have kiosks in more than 2,000 stores by the end of 2008. The company is headquartered in Edina, Minnesota.