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Rite Aid Expands Uber Eats Partnership for Alcohol Deliveries in 8 States

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Nearly 1,000 Rite Aid stores will now offer alcohol delivery via the retailer’s expanded partnership with Uber Eats. Customers of legal drinking age can get delivery from select stores in California, Idaho, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Virginia and Washington.

“Our collaboration and trusted partnership with Uber Eats underscores our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our customers and providing a seamless digital shopping experience that complements their busy lives,” said Jeanniey Walden, SVP and Chief Marketing Officer at Rite Aid in a statement.

“Whether buying a last-minute gift or grabbing a bottle of wine for dinner, we know that consumers want to be able to easily access a wide selection of their favorite alcohol brands,” said Beryl Sanders, Director of U.S. Grocery and Retail Partnerships at Uber in a statement. “Through our expanded partnership with Rite Aid, we’re excited to continue to help consumers get more of what they want — all at the touch of a button.”

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