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Dollar General helps customers spring into savings

BY Gina Acosta

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General is thinking digital this spring with a new way to appeal to coupon-clipping customers.

The retailer is launching a new digital coupon program called Fast Way to Save that offers customers approximately $200 each week in online coupon savings now through April 19.
 
Customers will see additional weekly specials on dozens of discounts on Easter merchandise and a buy-one, get-one free sale on select apparel and accessories, as well as its everyday low prices on thousands of items throughout the store.
 
"It is an especially exciting time at all Dollar General stores and online this week as customers can begin saving even more on the products they consistently know and trust from Dollar General," said Dave D'Arezzo, Dollar General's executive vice president and chief merchandising officer. "Particularly noteworthy are the exceptional deals available through our Fast Way to Save digital coupon program where customers can save on products from America's most popular brands and our own 100 percent satisfaction-guaranteed private brands."
 
Now through April 19, Dollar General will offer digital coupons through its spring Fast Way to Save program from companies including Dollar General's own 100% satisfaction-guaranteed private brands. All digital coupons may only be redeemed one time through April 19.
 
To enroll or upload these coupons, customers may log in to their electronic DG Digital Coupon account either through Dollar General's website at www.dollargeneral.com/coupons or through the DG mobile app.
 
Dollar General has more than 11,700 stores in 43 states.

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Albertsons-Safeway names new Intermountain division president

BY Antoinette Alexander

BOISE, Idaho — The recently merged Albertsons and Safeway organization has announced that current Jewel-Osco VP of operations, Brad Street, has been named president of the Intermountain division.

Street succeeds Susan Morris, who recently was appointed president of the company’s Denver division. In his new role, Street will have overall responsibility for 85 stores in eight states.

Street began his career with Albertsons in Salt Lake City in 1983. He worked through store positions of increasing responsibility until he was promoted to store director. After that, Street was promoted to district manager and served in that capacity in Albertsons Houston and Northern California divisions. Upon the sale of Albertsons to Supervalu, he served as director of operations in Eugene, Ore., until being promoted to VP of operations for the 188-store Intermountain West Division in Boise, Idaho. Street was serving as the lead district manager for the Intermountain division when he was promoted to VP of operations for the Jewel-Osco division in 2014.

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Report: FDA’s Office of Generic Drugs takes medical leave

BY Antoinette Alexander

WASHINGTON — Thirty-year Food and Drug Administration veteran Kathleen “Cook” Uhl, who was appointed director of the FDA’s Office of Generic Drugs in January, is temporarily stepping down to deal with a medical issue, according to a report by the Regulatory Focus Professionals Society.

Uhl is reportedly being treated for colorectal cancer and will be on leave for several months.

While Uhl is out, John Peters, acting director of the Office of Bioequivalence, will lead the OGD on an acting basis, according to the report. Dale Connor will become acting director of the Office of Bioequivalence.
 

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