Retail Roundup—Fry's delivers, Kenmore launches on Amazon

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The complete Kenmore Smart appliance line will be available on Amazon.

Fred’s appoints CFO

Fred’s Pharmacy has appointed Jason Jenne as executive vice president and CFO. Jenne has 25 years of operations experience, including executive roles at True Temper Sports. (Business Wire)

Amazon takes Treasure Truck national

Amazon’s experimental Treasure Truck will now be traveling around the country selling one item per day at an extremely discounted rate. Consumers who sign up for notifications about what product is on sale that day will receive a text telling them what the item is. The product can then be ordered via the mobile app and picked up that day. (The Seattle Times)

Fry’s to offer same-day delivery

Fry’s Electronics has partnered with Deliv to offer same-day delivery on consumer electronics products. Initially, the delivery will be available in half of Fry’s markets across the country and will include more than 90% of items in the store to be eligible for same-day delivery as well as more than 500 items available for free delivery. (Yahoo Finance)

Sears launches Kenmore on Amazon

Sears has launched the sale of Kenmore brand products on Amazon, including the complete Kenmore Smart appliance line that's integrated with Amazon's Alexa. This marks the broadest distribution of Kenmore products outside of Sears stores and related online retail platforms. (PR Newswire)

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