RippleTV Now in Bagel Chain a big geographic expansion of its in-store screens, RippleTV announced that it had formed a partnership with Einstein Bros/Noahs Bagels (ENRG):

With the addition of screens in Einstein Bros. and Noah’s, the Ripple network will reach nearly 30 million people each month, expanding Ripple’s footprint in the Midwestern and Eastern regions, particularly the major metropolitan markets of Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Miami.

ENRG has “639 company owned, licensed and franchised locations in 34 states.”

Ripple says on its site that it has 1,500 locations in multiple states and is now “coast to coast.” Ripple has a very compelling offering and ultimate success is about building out as many locations as possible. After that it’s a no-brainer that one of the big outdoor shops will pick them up.

3 Responses to “RippleTV Now in Bagel Chain”

  1. Davis Freeberg Says:

    They added a Ripple TV to the Noah’s near my office and I’ve had mixed feelings about it. On one hand, it’s a nice distraction while you are waiting, but on the other hand, during the NBA playoffs, I couldn’t visit the store because I had TiVo’d the Laker games and didn’t want to find out the score.

    I’ve also noticed that the bars that they use for the electronic content makes it so that you can only see part of the video screen. I’m not sure if they are trying to cram too much flat TV into a scope setup or if it’s the other way around, but it’s kind of obnoxious to only see 2/3rds of the screen for their videos.

  2. Greg Says:

    I haven’t seen any of the screens in persons.

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