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Wal-Mart lauds Site to Store service


BENTONVILLE, Ark. and BRISBANE, Calif. Wal-Mart Stores announced today that it has completed the final phase of its Site to Store national rollout to more than 3,300 stores across the country. The service, which Wal-Mart officially launched in March, allows customers to order tens of thousands of products online at, most of which are not available in stores, and have them shipped for free to a local Wal-Mart store.

According to Wal-Mart, approximately one-third of all sales have been placed through Site to Store, and more than 500 total units have been shipped through this service.

"We're very excited by the strong results we've seen during our rollout and pleased to see Wal-Mart continue to position itself as the premiere multi-channel retailer," said Raul Vazquez,'s ceo. "We've said all along that we designed the Site to Store service to fit the way our Wal-Mart customers shop, and Wal-Mart customers have saved over $5 million in shipping fees since we officially activated Site to Store in March," said Vazquez.

Site to Store enables customers shopping on to choose the option of having their items shipped to a Wal-Mart store, saving them money on normal shipping costs. Items arrive in stores within 7-10 business days after the order is processed, and customers receive an automated email to indicate their order is ready for pickup. Signs with the Site to Store logo direct customers where to retrieve their order once inside the store.

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