Take a Ride Along with Brookshire Brothers New ‘Anywhere’ Grocery Feature
"There are just not enough hours in the day for me to get everything done."
Does that quote ring true with you? If so, Brookshire Brothers has a new way of shopping that could give you some of that time back...quality time that you could be spending with your family.
It's called Brookshire Brothers Anywhere.
The service, powered by Rosie, provides convenient, easy to use, time saving shopping for folks in Angelina County. The service allows curbside pick-up at its Chestnut and Frank Street locations and delivery within 15 miles of the Frank Street store. There is a service charge of just $4.99 for the curbside pick up. But, if you use the promotional code KICKS5, that charged is waived, but that's for the first 50 customers to do so.
I recently decided to try out the Brookshire Brothers online shopping feature, specifically to buy items I needed for an upcoming crawfish boil. The first thing I did was to easily create a folder and titled it 'Danny's Crawfish Boil'. It's just like creating your own playlist on an online music service such as Spotify or Pandora. Now, the next time I have a crawfish boil, I'll just click on that folder and Rosie will immediately populate my shopping cart with the items that I need, and I can edit my list from there. Creating lists like 'Weekly grocery list', 'Poker night', 'Memorial Day cookout', 'Grandma's grocery list', etc...are definitely the way to go.
Another great thing to know about this online shopping portal, is that this does keep tax dollars at home. You may be shopping online, but, in this case, you're shopping online at a brick and mortar store located in the county.
I also had the chance to experience the delivery service first hand. Delivery is available within 15 miles of the Frank Street store, and there is a sliding scale delivery charge starting at $9.99. Check out the video to have some of your questions answered concerning the 'Anywhere' shopping platform, and, if your ears can stand it, Danny and Bryan Tyler may have come up with a new Brookshire Brothers online shopping song...then again, maybe not.