Scotch Corp. introduces new toilet bowl restorer to Instant Power line of products
DALLAS Scotch Corp. has introduced Instant Power toilet bowl restorer, a super-strength product that cleans and restores toilet bowl surfaces and improves flushing action.
Instant Power toilet bowl restorer instantly removes all stains and discolorations that are caused by rust, lime and mineral deposits from toilet bowl surfaces and clogged flush holes. Instant Power toilet bowl restorer is the first product that is focused on eliminating the need to re-flush caused by poor toilet operation, Scotch said.
In addition to cleaning and deodorizing the toilet bowl surface, Instant Power toilet bowl restorer improves flushing by clearing mineral-clogged flush holes. This allows reservoir tank water to enter the toilet bowl faster during flushing. Therefore, it conserves water by eliminating the need to re-flush.
“By introducing toilet bowl restorer, we have addressed a concern for many home owners: How to get their old toilets flushing and looking like new without the costly expense of replacement. We are the first in the industry to focus on cleaning out clogged flush holes. This allows water to enter the bowl faster and eliminates the need to re-flush,” said Todd Elms, VP marketing. “We are confident that the consumer is focused on repair and renew rather than replacement.”
Weis Markets creates regional VP position
SUNBURY, Pa. Weis on Monday announced three new regional VPs — a new position at the company — responsible for overseeing its 164 stores, according to published reports.
The new VPs are Jerry Hatch, Brad Kochenour and Mike Mignola.
Hatch was a regional director overseeing stores in the Northeast and central Pennsylvania. He will cover a similar territory as regional VP.
Kochenour, who also served as a regional director, will oversee a region extending from Altoona, Pa., to Newton, N.J.
And Mignola will oversee stores in Maryland and West Virginia, as well as stores in Lancaster, Pa. and York, Pa. Mignola most recently was a general manager for Weis stores in Maryland and West Virginia.
NCR rolls out Blockbuster Express DVD-rental kiosks in Bashas, Food City
DULUTH, Ga. NCR Corp. recently installed Blockbuster Express DVD-rental kiosks at more than 100 Bashas’ and Food City supermarkets in Arizona.
Each Blockbuster Express kiosk holds more than 900 DVDs, providing the largest selection of popular movie titles and new releases of any DVD rental kiosk. No membership is required – customers simply swipe their credit card and are charged $1 per night for a rental. A DVD can then be returned to any Blockbuster Express kiosk – not just where the DVD was rented.
“Our customers can now get great deals on everyday grocery items and new-release movie rentals at our stores,” said Kristy Nied, director of communications for Bashas’ Family of Stores. “Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Blockbuster Express kiosk allows us to combine an inexpensive at-home meal with an affordable, convenient entertainment option.”