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United Supermarkets is partnering with Fedex to accept guest packages and keep them safe

United Supermarkets is partnering with Fedex to accept guest packages and keep them safe


Many packages are ordered during the holiday season, causing criminals to be on the lookout for expensive items.

This year, United Supermarkets is partnering with FedEx to accept guest packages and keep them safe.

“With the popularity of online shopping, and porch piracy on the rise, people are looking for a safe alternative to the front door for their valuable deliveries,” said Chris James, chief operations officer for The United Family. “As the holiday purchases begin to arrive, we want our new service to give United shoppers convenience and little peace of mind.”

Anyone who wants to participate in this program can ship their FedEx deliveries directly to the participating stores.

Tracking will still be available, as United has worked with FedEx on official delivery protocols to ensure security.

Workers will receive the packages, scan them, and place them in a secure area at Guest Services.

To pick up packages, participants will have to present their IDs at Guest Services and sign a confirmation receipt. Packages will be held if guests cannot pick them up on the delivery date.

The program is currently available at two locations in the area. United Supermarket in Abilene -- 2160 Pine St. Abilene, TX, 79601

United Supermarkets in Abilene, 2160 Pine St.

United Supermarkets in Snyder, 3500 College Ave.


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