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September 21, 2012

Nellis Exchange ‘Shuttles’ Increased Selection to Creech Exchange

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is delivering increased selection, savings and service with its “Shuttle Program.”

To ensure military Families living and working near Creech AFB enjoy the same selection as those at Nellis AFB, merchandise can be shuttled in based on specific customer requests. Everything from furniture to tactical gear can be transferred through the, “Shuttle Program,” meaning shoppers everywhere are guaranteed the largest possible selection of competitively-priced goods.

“If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask a manager if it can be brought in from another location,” said Lawrence Simmons Exchange General Manager. “If another nearby Exchange stocks it, chances are we’ll be able to get it to the closest Exchange.”

To use the program, shoppers can go to any Exchange Customer Service area and ask to speak to a manager. After recording the request and checking availability, shoppers will be advised of a projected arrival date.

The “Shuttle Program” is a free service at all Exchanges, Troop Stores and Expresses around the world.




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