Western Union Expands US Services Via Supermarkets

By Dex Tennyson, for ExpatBriefing.com 13 November, 2014

Western Union has announced the launch of international and domestic money transfer services at 90 Food City supermarkets in the United States.

Customers will be able to use Western Union Money Transfer, money order, and bill payment services at the stores between 6am and 11pm. The supermarkets are located in Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

Western Union said that the collaboration is part of its efforts to strengthen the company's independent retail network presence across the United States.

Carter Hunt, Senior Vice President at Western Union, explained, "We want to make it easy for consumers to move money wherever and whenever they need to. Our collaboration with Food City in these three states supports our network expansion strategy of operating in the communities in which our customers live and work."

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