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QuikTrip tests carside service in WichitaQuikTrip is not only testing carside service, but it's been doing it in Wichita since November. Stores at Kellogg and Maize Road and K-15 and 31st Street South were chosen for the tests.
QuikTrip is not only testing carside service, but it's been doing it in Wichita since November. Stores at Kellogg and Maize Road and K-15 and 31st Street South were chosen for the tests.
The service will be quietly abolished when the first redshirt gets abducted/kidnapped delivering to carside a roller dog or smoothie.
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I suppose it is too much to ask the 350 pounder to walk all the way into the store for that 32 oz soda.
12:22---Oh hell no she's a calorie collector 12:02 may not be far off the mark but as long as the store associate isn't carrying cash and only dealing in plastic they'll be safer but I think this will be more a pain in the ass for Q.T. than's worth it.
OMG this is going to be world class!
How fucking lazy are Americans!!!???
Watch the big suits get settled for exposing these QT personnel to excessive hazards. Repeatedly positioning that "carside" server very near the pumps as they are dispensing fuels may be revealed as toxic. And, that same person may also be doing other tasks between "carside" deliveries. If they're refilling paper towel dispensers, adding washer fluid to the wall mounted squeegee buckets, emptying trashcans, and sweeping, plus hosing off the lot, then total time on shift while placed in the midst of numerous vehicles having running and re-starting engines adds to the fuel pumps fumes exposures.
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