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May 12, 2014
Chris Crum Two More Major Markets Receive Google Shopping Express
By Chris Crum
Google announced that it is expanding Google Shopping Express, its same-day product delivery service, to Manhattan and West Los Angeles. So far, it has only been available in the Bay Area and the Peninsula & San Jose area.

"Suddenly realize that you're designated snack mom tomorrow and don't have time to run to the store?" writes Jenna Owens, General Manager of Operations of Google Shopping Express. "Or need to bring a new board game to this week's game night but would rather avoid traffic altogether? Whether you're in need of some pretzels or a game of Monopoly, Google Shopping Express offers convenient same-day delivery from some of your favorite local stores, delivered to your door in a matter of hours."

"With Google Shopping Express, there are no surcharges or mark-ups, products cost exactly what they would in-store," she writes. [...]

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