Did You Know, Feb 16, 2016
Published on Feb 16 2016 1:49 AM
Did You Know … shoppers in Dublin can now use grocery delivery app Buymie? The service picks up from goods from a range of different shops across the city and delivers straight to the customer's door. Co-founder, Devan Hughes told TheJournal.ie this week that Buymie is partnering with many small retailers at present, making it easier for customers to shop locally.
Did You Know… Aldi Australia will sell 3D printers as part of its ‘special buys’ for a limited time? DailyMail.co.uk reports that the devices will cost $499, and can be used to print toys, jewellery, figurines, and various kinds of hardware.
Did You Know… Tesco mistakenly priced a twenty-pack of large Budweiser bottles at £1.99 each on its online store? DailyMail.co.uk reports that customers were disappointed when Tesco revealed that it does not even stock such a multipack and so would not be fulfilling any orders.
Did You Know … SuperValu Sutton has chosen Howth RNLI as its charity of the year? The store will host a series of fundraising events throughout the year to sYpport the work of the lifeboat station in Howth, and to contribute to the costs of crew training and equipment.
Did You Know... Maxol has announced its Louth winner in the company's Customer Feedback programme? Maxol regional manager Mark Walsh presented John Byrne with €100 in fuel vouchers. John participated in the Maxol Customer feedback programme at Maxol Station Ballymakenny Road, Co Louth.
Did You know... British newspaper the Independent, as well as the Independent on Sunday, will cease to be a print publication at the end of March? The Independent.co.uk website will remain in operation, however, it is as yet unknown how many of the 150 journalists currently working on the title will remain employed.