|June 11, 2014|
|Overnight Delivery Comes To Google Shopping Express|
|By Chris Crum|
Google announced that Google Shopping Express is bringing overnight delivery to Northern California (from Fresno and Porterville in the south to Eureka and Crescent City in the north).
The new overnight service is available immediately in East Bay cities including Berkeley, Concord, Danville, Dublin, Fremont, Oakland, Pleasanton, Richmond, Walnut Creek, etc. It will be rolling it out to "most" of Northern California over the next few months (from the California-Oregon border to cities like Fresno and Visalia in the south).
Google says on its commerce blog:
With overnight delivery from Google Shopping Express, customers are able to shop from some of their favorite retailers [...]
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