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Walgreens Welcomes King C. Gillette Exclusive

Procter & Gamble’s Gillette has launched a line of facial grooming products branded King C. Gillette that is exclusive to Walgreens. The products are also sold directly to consumers, individually and via subscription, on the brand’s website.

Hershey Keeps Summer Going at Walmart

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped the arrival of the usual s’mores cross-merchandising activity at Walmart, though Hershey Co. has modified its corresponding marketing efforts to fit the reality of the current situation.

The mass merchant is running a variety of promotions to tie in to the designation of May as “National Pet Month.”

​​​​​​​Dollar General is exclusively stocking “orange vanilla creme”-flavored M&M’s candies from Mars Inc.

While physical stores are limited by legal restrictions and social distancing concerns, retailers are turning to digital technologies and strategies to weather the pandemic.

​​​​​​​PetSmart elevated its annual “puppy central” campaign this year with ramped up in-store, digital and print activity.

​​​​​​​The Home Depot may have canceled its spring promotions due to COVID-19, but it’s still supporting the arrival of Moen’s new Nebia by Moen water-saving spa shower with promotional activity.

​​​​​​​Walmart adjusted its promotional calendar as the COVID-19 pandemic took precedence as the most urgent and universal social cause facing society today.

Best Buy has added text alerts as a way to communicate special offers, events, promotions, Top Deals and other news.

​​​​​​​Once viewed simply as a wild experiment, Amazon’s “just walk out” shopping technology is now powering a full grocery store that the company opened in February in its hometown of Seattle.

As the U.S loses its claim as the center of the digital retail universe, retailers and brands need to look overseas for innovation.

Alex Gourlay, Co-Chief Operating Officer at Walgreens Boots Alliance, is one of three 2020 selections for the Path to Purchase Institute Hall of Fame.

Best Buy is resuming some in-home Geek Squad tech support and repair services after more than a month as well as beginning to open its stores back up to customers.

CVS Health is building a new advertising network reportedly dubbed CVS Media Exchange.

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