Shop24 to Open at Kennesaw State University

Published in CSP Daily News

First installation of automated convenience store in Georgia

KENNESAW, Ga. -- Kennesaw State University (KSU) has elected to place a Shop24 automated convenience store on campus.

With more than 25,000 students, KSU is the third largest institution in the University System of Georgia.

"Kennesaw State continually seeks innovative ways to deliver food services to its students, focusing on convenience, selection and quality," said Randy Shelton, executive director of auxiliary services and programs at KSU. "Shop24 will be a welcome addition as part of the world class Auxiliary Service programs already developed for our students at KSU."

The Shop24 automated convenience store is slated for installation for the coming 2013/2014 school year.

Westerville, Ohio-based Shop24 is the market-leading, self-contained, totally automated and refrigerated convenience store designed to enable 24/7 accessible consumer purchasing. Easy, safe, reliable and immediate, a Shop24 automated convenience store delivers more than 200 items ranging in weight from one ounce to 10 pounds in a well-lit, security camera monitored environment.