Shop24 Global announces Fairstone at Riverview located in Taylorsville, Utah will be the site of one of the first robotic convenience stores placed in an apartment complex anywhere in the world, and the first placed anywhere in the state of Utah. Located right outside Salt Lake City Utah, Fairstone at Riverview, this store will be owned and operated by long time convenience store veteran Tony Trotter.
The Shop24 ultra convenience store is a self-contained, refrigerated and robotic convenience store designed to enable 24/7/365 consumer purchasing. Originally operated in Europe and the east coast of the U.S., Shop24 brings an innovative idea to ultra-convenience, dispensing a variety of items such as snacks, cleaning supplies, medicine and even full meals closer for the customer and in a fraction of the time it takes to go to and shop at a traditional convenience store. The over nine-foot-tall machine offers up to 200 traditional convenience-store items ranging in weight from less than 1 ounce to 8 pounds. Shop24 accepts different methods of payment including cash, credit cards, debit cards, and supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) cards 24 hours a day.
“We are extremely proud to be serving such an incredible community as Fairstone at Riverview, as well as helping their residents and families to have many of their favorite items closer and faster than ever before,” said Andrew Heflich, regional vice president of Shop 24 Global in a prepared statement. “This is only the first one to go in with this group, and they plan to place additional stores both in Salt Lake City as well as properties in Phoenix. It’s definitely what the residents want and need!”
To learn more about Shop24, visit the website: www.shop24global.com or call 866-973-2424.