Sullivan’s Foods to Provide Shoppers Access to New Website Powered by Grocery Shopping Network

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Hometown Illinois Grocer Adopts Latest Grocery Web Technology

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Grocers are continuing to adopt modern technology to manage the thousands of sale items and products that are specific to each store location

Grocery Shopping Network (GSN) announced today the addition of Illinois grocer Sullivan’s Foods to its technology and advertising network. Located in Savanna, Illinois; The 13 store group has served area communities for over 40 years. Sullivan’s Foods also joins the Grocery Shopping Network’s advertising network, which brings manufacturer offers directly to consumers and offers a new revenue stream for the company.

“We are anxious to bring our shoppers the best technology provider to enhance our online presence. Our customer base will be excited to know that changes are afoot on our website and the new site will be a major overhaul that will provide time, money, and quality service that reflects our goal of treating our customers how we would want to be treated,” commented Sullivan’s Foods CEO, John Sullivan. “We are very excited to be part of Grocery Shopping Network!”

This move is another example of how committed Sullivan’s Foods is to providing the very best services available to their customers. Not only will this upgrade enhance communications, it will also help shoppers find the best deals ahead of their shopping trips to Sullivan’s Foods. Sale items come standard with recipe suggestions and home cooking videos, allowing the at home chef or busy on-the-go family to plan trips and events while finding the right foods that meet their dietary needs.

“Grocers are continuing to adopt modern technology to manage the thousands of sale items and products that are specific to each store location,” said Vic Tortorici, SVP of Sales, Grocery Shopping Network. “Technology solutions offered from Grocery Shopping Network bring speed to market and ease of use for grocers of all sizes. The solution is fully customizable for chains with limited IT staff to chains that have extensive IT and CRM management.”

The new website will include all the current features that Grocery Shopping Network provides for grocers across the country. The digital shopper planning solution includes a store wide search function which finds items from circulars, temporary price markdowns, and items that are in store but not on sale. The new website will also include the ability for in store coupon placement and manufacturer coupons which are searchable and will display next to relevant sale items to maximize the savings of shoppers.

About the Grocery Shopping Network, Inc.:
Grocery Shopping Network, Inc. connects consumers, retailers and brands through its premier content, advertising, and software for supermarket websites. The company's platform enables consumers to quickly plan a grocery shopping trip or place an order online while providing bigger savings, food content, and ease of use. GSN StoreSite exclusively delivers over 6,000 retail grocery locations in the top US markets for brands to target shoppers as they plan grocery trips. GSN InSight provides advertising campaign ROI analysis backed by POS transaction data from over 35 million loyalty card holders. With GSN OutReach, brands can leverage behavioral targeting backed by purchase clusters which identifies premium buyers of products down to the neighborhood level. Find out more at http://www.groceryshopping.net .

About Sullivan’s Foods:
We are Sullivan’s Foods, a customer service team where our #1 priority is to treat our customers as we would want to be treated. Our purpose is to provide the widest variety of quality goods and service while keeping in mind the value of our customer dollars. Our success will always be measured by how well we service the needs of our communities. Come and grow with us, the stores where the customer always comes first! For more information on Sullivan’s Foods, please visit our website at: http://www.sullivansfoods.net .

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