You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Scan & Go allows members to Skip the Line and Save TimeThis week the Apopka Sam’s is introducing a new service; Scan & Go shopping. The service allows shoppers to skip the checkout lines.Shoppers must first download the Scan & Go app. They then use the app to scan the UPC codes as they load items into their cart. When the members are done shopping and ready to check out, they can pay directly on their phone from anywhere in the club and bypass the checkout line.James Turberg, Membership Lead for the Apopka Sam’s Club, was the first to use the new service at the Apopka store.“We have it live today and plan a full roll out on the 23rd of September,” said Turberg. “I was the first to use it to buy a bottle of water and it worked – hooray!”Turberg noted some key points about the new services:Scan & Go allows shoppers to avoid checkout linesThere is a limit of $750 per shopping cartSome items are not eligible for the service. These include age-restricted items such as liquor, video games and tobacco. Purchases of Jewelry are also not eligible.The service is ideal for members on the go that need only a few itemsThe app also provides a running total of items in the shoppers cart.As the shopper exits the store a Sam’s Club associate will cross-reference the shoppers e-receipt with items in the cart.Use this link to learn more. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSSam’s Club Previous articleOn this day: King triumphs in Battle of SexesNext articleConsumers continue to use recalled Smartphones Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
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The International Criminal Court is saving civilian lives in multiple countries, according to research that provides the first quantitative evidence.The study by professors at Harvard University and Texas A&M, which will be featured in the summer issue of the journal International Organization, has drawn widespread attention from people on either side of a polarized debate about the ICC’s role in international justice.Vocal critics have long claimed the ICC is an ineffective obstacle to peace processes while enthusiasts believe it useful in advancing global peace and security. The underlying question: is the ICC irreparably flawed or an institution worth investing in?Now researchers Beth Simmons and Hyeran Jo have contributed a systematic study that can impartially inform this pressing debate in international affairs.The academics tracked the ICC’s actions over time, global ratification patterns, and domestic legal reforms. They analyzed whether those factors reduced civilian killing patterns in about 100 countries with prior experience of civil war. Their findings suggest the ICC has a clear deterrent impact and helps prevent atrocities worldwide.“There is now some reason to think the ICC saves some lives — but the ICC is also deeply embedded in the world of politics and faces challenges in securing state support and capturing criminals,” said Simmons, Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs at Harvard University and former director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.
James DeGale is set to fight former world champion Cristian Sanavia in Denmark on 21 April.Italian Sanavia, 37, is the mandatory challenger for the Harlesden man’s European super-middleweight title and has won 45 of his 51 contests.DeGale, 26, recently announced he had split from promoter Frank Warren, who insisted the 2008 Olympic gold medallist had a year of his contract with him left to run.AdChoices广告Italian-based company Round Zero won the purse bids to stage the fight, which is scheduled to take place at the Nord Arena in the town of Frederikshavn.It will be DeGale’s first outing since he won the title with a points victory against rugged Pole Piotr Wilczewski in October.A victory would keep him on course for a world title shot or a possible rematch with arch rival and fellow West Londoner George Groves, who secured a majority decision when they met last year.In fact the pair could fight for a world title given that Groves is being lined up to challenge WBO champion Robert Stieglitz.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook