The startup uses interactive digital displays to replace the glass doors in store cooler aisles. Today, 150 advertisers are using the current 50 Walgreens stores near Chicago. The startup announced plans to expand to 2,500 Walgreens stores across the United States. Other partners include Kroger and GetGo.

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25 thoughts on “Cooler Screens brings interactive screens into cooler aisles

  1. Random overpopulated world ideas says:

    Instead of hiring competent workers and making their disgusting stores better, they install screens which NEVER have what you want in stock behind them. Screw this business. And slam those doors and they break anyway. 2 stores I've been in 1 has already had a broken screen.

  2. FelixTheCat says:

    these serve no purpose outside being used as an extended platform for control. you still have to open the cooler doors, so they don’t save energy in that regard, and those illuminated panels look like they use a hella-ton of electricity. UPC codes tied in with loyalty cards already track inventory with consumer habits, this is destined for something on a grander scale, the proper credentials to open those a vaccine passport…

  3. ascentttt says:

    Bitter sweet. What they tell you and what they DON'T tell you. Technological advancement is awesome but the cost of too much of it will mean no more privacy and less and less rights of people's "persons". Imagine an existence where someone else can controll every dollar you have. Oh wait, there won't be anymore dollars and …. 😳

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