Cary-based convenience store chain The Pantry has inked a deal to replace 1,400 ATMs in its stores with new video ATMs.
The ATMs will be "Select-A-Branch" enabled, meaning they will provide surcharge-free transactions to customers of participating financial institutions. Each ATM will also feature a full-motion video component for advertising and delivery of coupons.
The ATMs come from a Cherry Hill, N.J, firm called Access to Money, with which The Pantry was already working. The new ATMs will be installed in the Pantry's stores beginning in the first quarter of 2011. The Pantry operates more than 1,400 stores in 13 states under several brands including Kangaroo Express.