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Re: Near Expiration Date, Online Grocer PDQuick Gets Sold
Posted by: ECT News 2001-05-18 23:49:35
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Brick-and-click grocer PDQuick.com has been acquired by Web delivery
venture WhyRunOut.com in an all-cash transaction, WhyRunOut chief
executive officer Dan Frahm said Friday.


Gartner Group research director Geri Spieler told the
E-Commerce Times that acquiring PDQuick and its small
subset of brick-and-mortar stores is potentially a smart
move for Aliso Viejo, California-based WhyRunOut -- but only a start.


Re: Near Expiration Date, Online Grocer PDQuick Gets Sold
Posted by: Yvonne Dooley 2001-07-12 14:24:53 In reply to: ECT News
Our family, until last week, used an online grocery delivery service. In some form or another we are all disabled. It's VERY hard for us to get to the store, put the items in the cart, unload them at checkout, put them in the car, unload them at home and put them away.
Does anyone know if there's a grocery delivery service in Long Beach, California? Any info would be very helpful to us. Thank you.
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