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Introducing Shipt Launching June 1st

Shipt Launching June 1st

Have you ever had a moment where you wished you could wave a magic wand and all of your groceries would just show up at your doorstep? Well, your wish has been granted because Shipt is about to launch in your area on June 1st!

Shipt is a company that offers same-day delivery of groceries and household essentials from your favorite stores right to your front door. And the best part is, you don’t even have to leave your house!

Imagine it’s a rainy day and you’re running low on milk, bread, and eggs. Normally, you would have to bundle up, trek out to the store, and brave the elements. But with Shipt, all you have to do is place your order on their app and your groceries will arrive within hours!

So, how does it work? First, you download the Shipt app, which is available on both iOS and Android devices. Next, you select the stores you want to shop from, and add items to your cart just as you would with any other online store. Once you’ve completed your order, a Shipt shopper will be dispatched to the store to pick up your items and deliver them to your doorstep.

But what happens if the store doesn’t have an item you’ve requested in stock? No worries, your Shipt shopper will contact you to suggest a replacement item that’s available, or you can choose to have that item removed from your order altogether.

Destroyer USS Benfold Back in Yokosuka with ‘Slight Dent’ After Tug

Destroyer USS Benfold Back in Yokosuka with 'Slight Dent' After Tug

On a more serious note, the USS Benfold, a United States Navy destroyer, recently experienced damage after colliding with a tugboat near Yokosuka, Japan.

The incident occurred on the morning of May 28th, as the USS Benfold was being guided back to its pier by a tugboat. The tugboat lost propulsion and momentum, causing it to drift into the side of the USS Benfold, leaving a significant dent in the side of the warship.

The USS Benfold crew reported no injuries, and the ship was able to return to its pier under its own power after the incident. However, an assessment of the damage revealed that repairs would be necessary before the USS Benfold could once again be declared fully operational.

The incident is under investigation, with the Navy looking into why the tugboat lost control and whether any negligence was involved. The incident highlights the potential dangers that come with large ships and boats operating in close proximity to one another, and the importance of maintaining safety protocols at all times.

Well, that’s all for now. Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to check out Shipt when it launches in your area on June 1st!

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