Rite Aid boosts selection in electronics for back-to-school

"According to The National Retail Federation, the average family will be spending $669 this year on back-to-school items. ”

CAMP HILL, Pa. — In response to the increased demand for electronic items, Rite Aid on Wednesday announced it has added several electronics to help parents and their children get charged up for the new school year. Such items as Craig TVs, tablets, notebooks, smart TV devices and music amplifiers now can be found on Rite Aid's shelves. To help kids stay connected wherever they go, Rite Aid is offering deals on popular cell phone accessories, including sync cables, wall chargers and headphone splitters.
 
"Back-to-school is an important time of year for students and parents alike, and that's why Rite Aid is committed to offering a wide selection of school supplies," said Tony Montini, Rite Aid EVP merchandising. "With Rite Aid's convenient locations and affordable prices on electronics and back-to-school basics, every student will have the opportunity to shine this academic school year."
 
According to The National Retail Federation, the average family will be spending $669 this year on back-to-school items. 
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