Tedeschi Food Shops selects GoGo Cast for digital signage
Rockland, Mass. Tedeschi Food Shops said Monday it has selected Cranston, R.I.-based GoGo Cast to install high-definition Go-Screens in the c-store operator’s Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island locations.
GoGo Cast said its digital sign and digital merchandising solution will help Tedeschi Food Shops engage its customers with meaningful and informative content, as well as deliver unique customer and location data to reach a captive in-store audience.
“We’re excited to be able to communicate with our customers in real-time with current promotions and compelling content ,” said Joe Hamza, VP sales and marketing for Tedeschi. “GoGo Cast innovative technology not only helps enhance the overall shopping experience, but it also enables us to engage our customers with targeted messages and relevant information.”
The agreement between GoGo Cast and Tedeschi Food Shops calls for installation of the digital displays by the end of the third quarter 2010.
Tedeschi Food Shops operates 190 convenience store locations throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
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Landry’s owns a wide portfolio of gaming, restaurant and hospitality companies, including Landry’s Seafood House, Rainforest Café, Chart House and Saltgrass Steak House. It acquired the 12-unit Oceanaire Seafood Room in April. The company also owns the Golden Nugget casino hotels in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nev.
In May, Landry’s reported that beneficial one-time items helped it double its first-quarter profit to $14.3 million, or 87 cents a share. Revenue for the March-ended quarter rose less than 1 percent, to $258.7 million. Same-store sales at Landry’s restaurants, which include Landry’s Seafood House, Rainforest Café, Chart House and Saltgrass Steak House, fell 2 percent in the quarter.