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Redbox expands into Circle K stores

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 May 2009 1:44 User comments (1)

Redbox expands into Circle K stores Redbox, the automated DVD rental kiosk company, has announced they have signed a new deal to have the kiosks placed in Circle K stores around the United States.
Currently, Redbox kiosks are only in select Circle K stores in Arizona, California and Ohio.

“Redbox continues to expand our footprint nationwide as consumers seek the convenience and value of redbox fully automated DVD rentals,” noted Mitch Lowe, president, redbox. “The convenience store channel provides new opportunities for redbox to service more consumers, and we are proud to expand our presence at Circle K, an industry leader.”

There are over 15,000 Redbox kiosks around the country and the company says it has rented over 380 million DVDs since its inception.

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130.5.2009 13:49

And did you know they now have cut back their Monday Free rental codes to just the First Monday of the Month? The time has come that they need to start making money rather than givning away free rentals.

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