The first Ohio market to get the service is Columbus, just over an hour from Dayton. Target has not released the locations it plans to add “Drive Up” to yet this year. Target has six locations across the greater Dayton area, according to the company’s website.
Parking lot pickup has become a popular option at stores across the Dayton region.
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Kroger, the largest grocery provider in the Dayton area, has offered its ClickList online ordering service since November 2014, but increased the programs footprint to over 1,000 locations by December 2017. Of the 44 supermarkets in the Dayton area, 12 offer ClickList services.
Even smaller retailers like Dorothy Lane Market with locations in Springboro, Washington Square and Oakwood, are getting a piece of the action. In February 2017, the company launched DLM Drive-Up, allowing customers to pick up groceries ordered on the company’s website.
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